Dye Blocks - Forest Green

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Description

Dye blocks are easy to add to your wax. They are highly concentrated and are great for either soy, palm or paraffin wax.

Each block measures 5cm x 3cm.

1 block will colour up to 3kg of wax however, we recommend performing your own tests to reach your desired result.

See photos for a guide to colours that can be achieved with this dye block.

Tips for working with Colour Block Dyes:

Start by adding a small amount of dye to your wax, and gradually add more until you reach the colour you would like. To do this, carefully scrape the blocks with a knife which will give you shavings that can be easily added to your wax.

To prevent your coloured candles fading from sun exposure, we recommend the addition of a UV inhibitor to any coloured candles.

These colours are strictly for canldes only and should not be used for soap or personal care products.

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Reviewed by Glenda P.
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Dye Blocks - Forest Green

Good earthy colour and only the smallest amount required.

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Reviewed by Andrea T.
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a beautiful soap

worked really well when chopped up finely and found it was a lovely colour

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Reviewed by Zara L.
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Great colour, goes a long way

I made a fairly large candle and was going to use a whole piece (half block) but could see the wax getting super dark so only used about a third to a half and it turned out gorgeous. Consistent colour. Melts slowly by placing in the hot wax and stirring, allowing for removal of the dye block if you want to stop adding more colour.

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