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Starter Wax Melt Kit
£19.19 vat incl.
( £15.99 vat excl. )
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About our DIY Wax Melt Making Kits

Designed with the beginner in mind, our kits for wax melt making come with everything needed to get started in this fun activity. Making your first wax melt can be intimidating. What kind of wax should I use? Which moulds work well? Are the ingredients I'm using compatible? Everyone has experienced that. However, you don't need to worry because we have done the hard work for you, our kits take out the pressure to ensure an easy making process. All you need to do is choose a scent that appeals to you, and then you can focus on the enjoyable part—making the wax melts!

Our kits are meant to teach you how to make opulent, premium scented wax melts; they are not mass-produced, instead have had care and attention put into building them. Our kits are intended for those who are prepared to learn the proper techniques for melting wax. Our kits are the ideal place to start if you're a do-it-yourself craftsman or a business enthusiast hoping to increase the range of your products.

Our kits are wonderful presents for friends and family, or you can make yourself and give wax melts as a gift! An easy-to-follow step-by-step tutorial is included with every kit to assist you on your wax melt creating. On the product page for each wax melt producing kit, there is a link to download the guide under the data sheet tab. A fun, exciting and therapeutic craft that you can do from home!

In order to use our wax melt making kits you will require the following:

• A cooker or heat source to melt the wax

• A container to melt the wax in such as a double boiler or a pan inside a pan

• A pouring jug

• A utensil to stir the wax with

• A thermometer

When melting wax, what is the ideal temperature to use?

Achieving the right results requires melting wax at the proper temperature. Generally speaking, depending on the kind of wax you're using, you should melt it to between 70 and 80°C. Make sure to always read the instructions on your wax, since different types have varying melting points, which can affect how well your wax melts.

Which environment is most suited for creating wax melts?

There are a few things to think about when setting up your work area for melting wax. First and foremost, there needs to be a suitable workspace with access to power, good lighting, and ventilation. A sizable table or an abundance of counter space should be provided for all required materials, including wax, moulds, colours, and fragrance oils. Additionally, when handling hot wax, make sure the proper safety precautions are taken, such as wearing gloves and goggles. Additionally, keeping your workspace organised while creating your masterpieces will benefit from having a section set aside for wax melt production.

Another important consideration when creating wax melts is temperature. Working at too-low temperatures can result in incomplete melting, while working at too-high temperatures can cause air bubbles to form in the finished product, giving the impression of poorly melted wax melts. The ideal room temperature range is between 15°C and 27°C.