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    Default Molecules in candles

    Hello im new here and i would really appreciate your help. I would like to use molecules in candles. Should i dissolve them first in fractioned coconut oil?
    If yes then in what ratio? I would be very grateful for advice. Thank you!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mateuszmateusz View Post
    HShould i dissolve them first in fractioned coconut oil?
    No. Do not dissolve anything. If you must use a solvent, for the strongest of materials, consider DEP or IPM. Benzy benzoate can be used as well.

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    And what DEP and IPM stands for?

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    Default Re: Molecules in candles

    Quote Originally Posted by Mateuszmateusz View Post
    And what DEP and IPM stands for?
    Diethyl phthalate, isopropyl myristate.




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