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hisgoodbunny​(sub female){Taken}
8 hours ago • 08/11/2020 5:27 am

wax preference

hisgoodbunny​(sub female){Taken} • 08/11/2020 5:27 am
I am getting into wax. I have tried a couple off the shelf type, they are ok a little soft for my preference. Looking for suggestions of type and where to purchase. I keep finding information to be contradictory. The store shelves are bare, been looking at etsy shops but not knowing exactly what type I should be looking for I don't dare just get. Prices can range drastically too.

Wanting something that will be firm upon drying. Semi difficult to remove. Temp has also been a bit cool , want hotter. Could I assume if I can squish my finger into it it would be soft. Unfortunately I can not hold things online. Ready to use the crayons.

What about preference with taper, pillar, pouring pot. I poured out of small jars and only had it 6 inches from my skin and poured till there was no melted left, I am a little impatience waiting for it to melt.
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ChillVibes​(sub male)
6 hours ago • 08/11/2020 6:44 am
ChillVibes​(sub male) • 08/11/2020 6:44 am
In my somewhat limited experience with wax play, most of the pillar candles with the tall glass tubes (the one's that sometimes have all the religious iconography on them) fit the description of what you're looking for though I couldn't say that they felt super hot. They are usually relatively cheap and I can find them at most of my local bodegas.

I'll see if I can find the website for whatever brand they are.

EDIT: These look like them.
MissMelisandre​(dom female)
6 hours ago • 08/11/2020 7:06 am
MissMelisandre​(dom female) • 08/11/2020 7:06 am
Any low temp candle will do. It is better to use candles that can pool the wax before you let them drip. Stay away from high temp candles like beeswax.
MissBonnie​(dom female){<oz>}
4 hours ago • 08/11/2020 9:15 am
MissBonnie​(dom female){<oz>} • 08/11/2020 9:15 am
the "harder" the wax the higher the grade and the "hotter" it will burn (and produce less soot, if your crock potting left overs). The larger the wick (in diameter) the larger the flame and the "hotter" (and faster) it will burn.

you asked for hotter, while a hotter burn, scented candles will some times do this..BUT...the heat can fluctuate and are not the "safest" option. If the sent pools, it can can cause burns.
House Talion​(dom male)
4 hours ago • 08/11/2020 9:26 am
House Talion​(dom male) • 08/11/2020 9:26 am
I'm not sure of the company it came from, but when I had considered mutual wax play I recall a candle that when melted down became very well for a massage oil