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Old 19-03-2018, 09:57 AM   #21
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Old 25-03-2018, 09:37 PM   #22
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Old 26-03-2018, 02:55 PM   #23
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Hello my friend , are u going to put also the second recipe? With the difficult material? Im happy to read that also.
Then one more thing. How to put color and smel in the batch?
And sio2 wax is the same as the silica oil? Or do i need to brake down the raw sio2 material into fluid?


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Hello my friend , are u going to put also the second recipe? With the difficult material? Im happy to read that also.
Then one more thing. How to put color and smel in the batch?
And sio2 wax is the same as the silica oil? Or do i need to brake down the raw sio2 material into fluid?


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Hello, I'm not a chemist, but let me tell you what I know about your questions.
The second recipe is very similar to the first one.
- T1 Carnauba wax
- Paraffin wax
- Odorless kerosene
- 3 kinds of Silicone oils : 1000cs, 300cs, 10cs
- Coconut oil

I lost my wax production notebook when I moved two years ago , so I can not remember the specific contents of each material, but it is similar to the first recipe. Coconut oil is less than 5 percent of the entire wax content.

When it comes to fragrance and pigment, you can use materials used to make candles. When the wax materials are dissolved, add the smell and pigment and mix well.

Sio2 and silicone oil are different. The silicone oil I've introduced is polydimethylsiloxane(PDMS). I don't know how to use Sio2 in making wax.


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HI what did the addition of PDMS do to the durability of your wax in testing or you didn't test it .

i'm going to test this recipe as i've just started playing about with homebrew stufff
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HI what did the addition of PDMS do to the durability of your wax in testing or you didn't test it .

i'm going to test this recipe as i've just started playing about with homebrew stufff
Hi, I think the big role of PDMS I added is to improve the workability of applying and wiping off the wax. I don't think the silicone of the viscosity I used has a significant effect on the durability of the wax.

I look forward to your result.


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Great write up,very interesting

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