Scented Candles Have No Odor When Burned

When making candles: after the wax melts I put my dye chips in. Once that is melted I add scent. Then I pour it into the molds and I take them out the next day. They smell good, but when I burn them there's no scent.

What am I doing wrong? I want to get this right. I only do decorative candles, such as photo candles, heart candles, and fabric candles which are for decorating only. Is there an additive I need to put in it?

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Thank you. I hope you can give me some kind of help.

By Sandra

Answers

January 6, 20140 found this helpful

Check that the wax is not too hot and evaporating the scent x.

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