Question About Making Soy Container Candles
by Kim B
When I pour a soy container candle, the instructions I follow are identical to yours. Here is my problem. After the poured candle cools for about an hour, I poke a few holes (about 3 holes) to release any air bubbles. I use a toothpick. Then I heat the remaining wax to pouring temp (140-degrees). First I fill in the poked holes and then top-off the candle.
It looks like the holes I poked filled up nicely and the candle topped-off nicely, but when the candle begins to set at least one of the holes still remains. This happens every time I make a soy candle.
What could I be doing wrong?!