For most of recorded history candles were tallow (a by-product of beef-fat rendering) and beeswax until the mid 1800s at which point they were made mainly from spermaceti (spurring larger demand for whale oil), and stearin (initially manufactured from animal fats but now produced almost exclusively from palm waxes). Today, most candles are made from paraffin wax, a product of petroleum refining. Candles can also be made from: Microcrystalline wax Beeswax (a byproduct of honey collection) Gel (a mixture of polymer and mineral oil) Some plant waxes (generally palm, carnauba, bayberry, or soybean wax) We can supply a wide range of paraffin waxes used in candle-making industry, such as candle extrusion, moulding, dipping, pressing or filling etc.
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