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Stearic Acid For Candle Making – Wax Hardner, Candle Grade

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For Making Beeswax Pillars: 3 – 4% by Weight

For Making Paraffin Pillars: 5% by Weight

Tip for Mixing Colors in Paraffin Candles using Stearic: 

  1. Melt 3 – 4% stearic separately
  2. Mix the powder color
  3. Mix the melted stearic in your batch of melted wax.


Stearic Acid is one of most common candle additives. It is generally used for increasing the hardness level of wax while making Pillar candles. Stearic also helps making the candle shrinks which helps in easy mold release. It also improves the performance for the candle by making it drip less.(compared to the candle without stearic) .

Note: Stearic Acid may be harmful for your silicon molds. Kindly do proper research before using stearic acid while making candles with silicon molds.

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500 gm, 1 Kg, 5 Kg


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