Wax Play Candles

Thumper Logic Thumper Logic
Do any of you have a source? Should they have a lower burn temp? I'd like to try it, so any useful information would be appreciated
May 13, 6:11 pm
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Sir Sir
Any type of candles are fine, but test them on your bottom (partner) before using them during play. I've had the case where I used a candle that should have been fine during a scene and it was too painful for my girl to handle. It happens. Just get candles that you like the color of. I personally like pillar candles because they can be poured. Taper candles just drip immediately, which can be more painful because the wax is just from the flame.

Generally, paraffin has a lower burning temperature, and soy or beeswax candles have a higher temperature. It is better to choose what you think you will enjoy using and trying it on your partner to get a feel for what temperatures they can handle. Everyone is different.
May 27, 7:52 pm
lilswitch lilswitch
I've always been advised to stay away from scented, glitter and beeswax candles. The more things that are added to the candle, the higher the burning temp. Get the most boring and cheap candles you can find at vanilla places. The dollar store has white pillar ones in glass that are very cool compared to the red and white taper ones I got from the craft store.
Jun 20, 8:40 pm
The scientist The scientist
I've always wondered about that, thanks!
Jul 25, 6:56 pm
kat2250 kat2250
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Originally posted by lilswitch
I've always been advised to stay away from scented, glitter and beeswax candles. The more things that are added to the candle, the higher the burning temp. Get the most boring and cheap candles you can find at vanilla places. The dollar store has ... More
Thanks i've been wanting to try this as well!!
Sep 14, 2:24 pm
Aesenthia Aesenthia
Quote:
Originally posted by lilswitch
I've always been advised to stay away from scented, glitter and beeswax candles. The more things that are added to the candle, the higher the burning temp. Get the most boring and cheap candles you can find at vanilla places. The dollar store has ... More
Thank you so much! I was wondering about this for awhile and was thinking about what kind to get and if there was some kind of special brand to buy or if any candle would work.

Is there a special way to prepare for a session? Like laying something down so the wax doesn't get onto the sheets or carpet?
Sep 28, 1:20 pm
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