Concentrate Liquidizer is a must have tool for the professional set of candles makers. Using a suggested usage ratio of 2ml Concentrate Liquidizer for every pound of Concentrate , liquidised the Concentrate in the container. The process uses heat to convert the liquid into a solid and then into a cream like consistency. This method can also be performed with similar concentrates other than Concentrate such as oils and other vegetable based oils.
To use the Concentrate liquidizer you will need either a standard pot or mug to hold your liquid and stir your ingredients. There are two methods available for use when using the Concentrate liquidizer. Either turning the container upside down or sideways, or holding it over a bowl of hot water and stirring your ingredients before pouring the wax mixture into the container. Turning the container upside down will allow you to shake the contents to mix well, but may not yield the same result as when using the sideways method.
Different Manufacturers of Wax Liquidizers
There are many different manufacturers of concentrate liquidizer and most will provide a replacement cup for their product. Most modern devices come with a long stem design and a one-gallon steel cylinder that holds the liquid. The liquids are usually measured in ounces (oz) or grams (g) depending on which method you are using. The amount of oil that you need to add depends on the thickness of your candle’s wick and the viscosity of your oil.
There are some things to consider before assuming that a Concentrate liquidizer works correctly with a certain type of concentrate. For example, one manufacturer’s instructions for using their product lists a sample mix ratio of their product. This sample mix ratio lists all the measurements that the manufacturer recommends for the specific product. If the concentrate that your manufacturer provides does not list a specific mix ratio to use when mixing your wax, then you should assume that you will need to adjust your proportions to come up with a true blend. If the sample concentration is too thin, the result may be too dilute and you will not get the precise results that you are after.
Some manufacturers of this type of device also provide a pre-mix sheet that can help you mix your wax liquidizer properly. Typically these sheets have the weight of the wax calculated in milligrams (mg), which is one tablespoon to a half a teaspoon of oil. Some manufacturers will also provide data sheets that include detailed information about the viscosity of their product, the viscosity of each individual oil that you intend to use in your device, and the heat range that your device should be used in. In order to get an accurate reading, you should mix the wax using the pre-mixed wax liquidizer that comes with your device.
Mixtures That You Will Create Using Your Wax Liquidizer
The mixtures that you will create using your wax liquidizer should have the consistency of thick oatmeal or water. This consistency is necessary for the e-juice to mix properly. The ingredients should also be mixed on a low heat so that they do not become hot to the touch. If you are purchasing an e-liquid that is not already mixed specifically for use with a liquidizer, it is necessary to follow the directions carefully. There may be specific oils or waxes that will need to be added before the other ingredients can mix well. A general rule of thumb is to add the waxes and oils first, and then proceed to the other ingredients.
The next thing you may notice with a poorly made wax liquidizer is that it will produce a poor quality concentrated flavor. In many cases, you may notice that it does not taste good, or it may taste slightly bitter. This is because the concentration may be too high in some areas, or the heat used during the mixing process may have caused some of the oils to evaporate.
Finally, you will want to make sure that your concentrate will not burn your lips when you use it. You may notice that some concentrates can produce very hot burns, and they may be particularly painful if they are exposed to extreme temperatures. If you notice that your concentrate will burn your lips when you mix CBD oil with other oils, then you may notice that you will have to reduce the temperature of the wax liquidizer to reduce this effect. The best concentrates to mix with your wax liquidizer work great, however, and do not require extremely high heat levels to function. Just remember that a good quality wax liquidizer works great if you follow the instructions thoroughly and do not expose the finished product to prolonged periods of direct heat and or direct sunlight.