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Hey, as the title states, Im looking for a good solution to make white wax and to lighten up other colored waxes. I've tried one band of candle wax dye, but the particles of white separate from the wax and stay on the surface of the blobs. Really simple question I hope someone has some experience with.

Thanks!

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I'm trying to do that too. It happens a bit with microcrystalline paraffin. Titanium dioxide collapses to the bottom. It happens with beeswax but yellow color. I will try using white beeswax or find an organic chemical.

Did you manage to figure anything out?

Tevfik Dogruman said:

I'm trying to do that too. It happens a bit with microcrystalline paraffin. Titanium dioxide collapses to the bottom. It happens with beeswax but yellow color. I will try using white beeswax or find an organic chemical.

Sorry I couldn't find it yet.


Joshua Dreger said:

Did you manage to figure anything out?

Tevfik Dogruman said:

I'm trying to do that too. It happens a bit with microcrystalline paraffin. Titanium dioxide collapses to the bottom. It happens with beeswax but yellow color. I will try using white beeswax or find an organic chemical.

I tired  Titanium dioxide too

Waste of money

MT Tower fluorescent blue is more white than  Titanium dioxide

 Titanium dioxide doesn't dissolve enough unless you mix it with paraffin oil first and it's an ugly yellowish/dull white

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