are one of the leading and well recognized names in the field of offering
Wax Dyes. These dyes are used in providing color to wax at its formulation
stage. Wax dye is used for coloring candles and is made available in disc or
powder form. As it is difficult to control color of candle, as color of wax
may not be same as it sets, the pigmentation of candles can be tested by
dropping dye into wax and allowing it set on some grease paper.
Dye discs or squares:
These are easy to use but fade away quickly than power dye.
These are intense and it requires only a small quantity for giving color to
a single candle. Here, the colors are more long lasting but are difficult to
use as one is working with small quantities. These dyes are also used for
creating many different shades.
- Put dye into wax when all wax has melted
- Mix candle dye to make other colors
- All basic, primary colors are available in a very concentrated liquid
- Just few drops per pound of wax gives brilliant, true colors
The basic colors are also used for creating virtually any color shades.
Further, these candle dyes are accurately blended for true color
representation and are created specifically for meeting the demands of wax
candle making. Here, our candle making supplies include large selection of
wax dyes and pigments in:
Available Dyes & Pigment Range:
Candle Dye Blocks:
- Several forms
- Several surface color treatments
These are economical and highly concentrated candle dye blocks that are oil
soluble and are used to color large amounts of candle wax.
These high quality concentrated dyes feature superior color, bleed and fade
resistance. The highly concentrated candle dye flakes help in providing
superior color as well as resistance against bleed and fading.
These premium quality highly concentrated candle pigments are available in
neon colors and assist in providing rapid color buildup with minimal
These highly concentrated candle dyes are available in liquid form and are
available in highly concentrated liquid form. The dyes are excellent for use
on gel and paraffin candles.
The different variety of candle pigments is recommended for use in candle
dipping. Being highly concentrated in form, it helps in providing rapid
color buildup with minimal dipping.
Rub and Buff:
It is used for bringing out surface detail in outer surface detail in