CCS 12 Wax (Soy/Veggie Container Blend)

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 Description  Properties

Introducing CCS #12, the hybrid container blend of soy, vegetable, and paraffin waxes that makes candle-making easy for both new and experienced crafters alike. With its one-pour formulation and minimal shrinkage properties, this wax delivers a close to perfect adhesion every time with little need for double pouring or heat gunning even when working with large containers. Its pour-and-go feature makes it an ideal choice for creating beautiful candles in clear glass without having to worry about varying temperatures or pouring climates. The excellent hot throw performance coupled with easy wick sizing using balanced burning wicks like the CD series make CCS #12 a favorite among many candle makers.



 Type Hybrid Soy Slab
 Consistency Creamy, Oily, Off-White
 Usage Candle Containers
 Max Fragrance Load 10%
 Recommended Wicks CD
 Melt Point 120-125°F
 Rec. Pour Temp 140°F
 Prop 65 Compliant Yes
 Specifications  Instructions

Hybrid soy and veggie container blend

True one pour blend (Pour and Go)

Excellent burn and hot throw efficiency

Best wax in regards to adhesion in our catalog

Excellent wax for beginners or professionals who wish to use a one pour blend

Oily and butter low shrink consistency

Low heat resistance and low shrink

No additives required

 Heat until wax is fully liquid while monitoring temperature. Do not let the wax exceed 220°F. Remove from heat source. Add fragrance oil at around 150°F. Mix for 10 seconds to 15 seconds. Pour at 140°F. Allow candles to cure for at least three days before burning for a more favorable fragrance throw.


Take note of your candle pouring environment as colder room temperatures or cold glass may require a hotter pour. The inverse may also be true for pouring candles in hotter environments.

 Recommended Wicks and Wicking


Recommended Wicks: CD Series

 1.5 - 2.0"  CD 2-4
 2.0 - 2.5"  CD 4-6
 2.5 - 3.0"  CD 6-9
 3.0 - 3.5"  CD 2-3
 3.5 - 4.0"  2 x CD 3-6


Recommendations for wicks based on the type of wax used. Fragrance loads and fragrance types may change wick recommendations. Do factor in the jar height as candles may retain more heat causing the candle burn hotter than normal as it burns deeper in a given vessel. 

Commonly used wicks with CCS #12 and California Candle Supply Containers

 4 oz Tin  CD 4-5
 8 oz Tin  CD 9-10, 2 x CD 2
 16 oz Tin  2 x CD 6
 6 oz Cali Jar  CD-6
 10 oz Cali Jar  CD 8-9
 13.5 oz Cali Jar  2 x CD 3
 16 oz Cali Jar  2 x CD 6-7, 3 x CD 2-3
 8 oz Textured  CD 6
 14 oz Marquis Jar  2 x CD-6
 Large Wood Dough Bowl   3 x CD 6-7


Commonly used wicks based on independent testing and customer feedback. Fragrance loads and fragrance types may change the burn profile and overall experience. Do factor in the jar height as candles may retain more heat causing the candle burn hotter than normal as it burns deeper in a given vessel.


Safety Data Sheet

Instruction Sheet for wax

 Please be sure to perform your own tests before creating your candles in bulk as it is your responsibility to ensure the safety of the finished product by conducting all necessary tests.












 Candle Makers Notes:

CCS #12 is a true one pour blend that is easy to work with, delivering good adhesion and flat candle tops without needing heat gunning. However, due to its oily consistency and minimal shrinkage properties, it may not be very heat resistant and can sweat in warmer climates or direct sunlight much like Coconut 83. Beeswax has proven effective in helping with its heat retention while Vybar can be used for those who prefer vegan options. When using additives such as these, we recommend keeping loads between 1-5% to avoid worsening the blends' adhesion properties. The CD series wicks are stable burning wicks recommended when working with CCS #12's oily consistency since performance wicks like ECO have a more volatile burn profile."


It is the responsibility of the purchaser and/or the individual using the products from California Candle Supply to conduct the necessary tests to ensure the quality and safety of the product and/or finished product. In no way is California Candle Supply responsible for any adverse reactions or changes in quality due to the mixture of items/products purchased from California Candle Supply or mixed with other items/products from any other source. For this reason California Candle Supply recommends to test all products or finished products before creating items in bulk or offering products or finished products to others. It is responsibility of the purchaser and/or individual to comply with all laws when using products from California Candle Supply and to ensure safe products whether these items are being used, sold, given away or in any format where possession of an item changes ownership. It is the responsibility of the purchaser and/or individual using products from California Candle Supply to ensure all posted specifications and limits are followed to ensure further safety. In no way is California Candle Supply responsible for any damage whether to a person or property in the usages of their goods. When creating goods it is the customer's/purchaser's/user's responsibility to ensure a safe workspace, that instructions are being followed, and that items are being created in safe manner. Never leave hot wax or other craft materials unattended. Never heat any product past its flashpoint. Never let any wax exceed temperatures of 220F and/or temperatures in which damage can occur to persons or property. California Candle supply is not responsible for any harm or damage to persons or property in the creation of making goods with its products. In regards to using products: never burn or use your candles or products in a draft, never leave a burning candle or product unattended, never place a candle or product on uneven or bare surface, do not burn candles or use products next other items including but not limited to furniture ,drapes ,paper, or anything that could catch fire or become damaged. 






Product Reviews

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  • 5

    My #1 Wax

    Leah Cesareo on Aug 3rd 2021

    I am absolutely in love with this wax this is my 4th purchase and I will continue to buy! Smooth tops every time as well as great adhesion!

  • 5

    Overall good wax

    Shan on Jul 9th 2021

    I'm giving this wax 5 stars, because it has a good hot and cold throw and consist smooth top. After testing this wax, I have realized a curing time of about 7 days most, and if beeswax is added for hardness it does not affect the hot throw, cure time or wick size. Also blends well with other wax such as the coconut 83 and soy 10. Overall a great substitute for when other waxes are not available.

  • 5

    Best starting wax

    Francisco Ramirez on Jun 30th 2021

    Just started making candles and this wax is very easy to work with

  • 5


    Leah on Apr 27th 2021

    I had been using 464 and this by far is outstanding the hot & cold throw are equally great , I am currently on my 3 order and am very pleased, the smooth tops as well as the glass adhesion are great !

  • 5


    Margaret on Apr 15th 2021

    I purchased this wax because I ran out of my other wax from candle science. I used this wax a few days ago and it is amazing!! This wax is easy to use/cut when it cures in my vessels it’s so smooth and creamy. I’m amazed because I always had to use a heat gun to smooth out my tops, not with this wax!!! The cold and hot throw is way better than the wax I originally use. I will definitely be switching to this wax from here on out! My only complaint is the delivery time 2weeks is a long time to wait when you have orders. But this can be fixed, I just have to pay closer attention to my inventory and order in advance before I run out LOL. All in all I 100% recommend this wax

  • 5

    The best wax

    Becca on Apr 11th 2021

    I’ve ordered this wax 4 times! I love how easy it is to work with, I never have frosting with this wax. It always comes out so smooth and creamy. Will for sure keep buying this wax!

  • 5

    Very nice wax to work with

    Josie on Apr 9th 2021

    This wax is excellent! Smooth tops every time and beautiful CT and HT. Takes color very well. Definitely recommend this wax.

  • 5

    Excellent Wax for Single Pour Candles

    Emily on Apr 8th 2021

    I love this wax! It’s easy to use and works well with my fragrances. I just received my second order and the quality is exactly what I expected based on my first order.

  • 1


    Helen on Apr 8th 2021

    I ordered 2 sample 3lb batches of this before ordering a larger batch and I loved it. However when I ordered a 22lb batch there was NO hot throw at all. I messaged them and never received a reply back. I won’t order from them anymore and made sure to post in the candle groups. To my surprise another person had complaints also which were ignored. Super disappointed because when I did try this wax it was amazing but the larger batch was a bust. I won’t be purchasing anymore products from this company ever again. Hi Helen, We have been in contact with you and would still like to continue to assist you with this wax. Please email us back detailing your candle making process so we can further help you.

  • 4

    Lots of wet spots but smooth tops

    Sami on Apr 8th 2021

    I’ve been searching for the cure time and haven’t found anything yet. I haven’t gotten to burn a candle with this yet because I have no idea how long to cure. I’ve noticed a higher pour helps with the wet spots and have great cold throw but no clue as to hot throw. Hello, CCS #12 has an efficient burn profile and setup with a flat top. Both of these characteristics allow this wax to easily pool out to the sides resulting in easier achieved hot throws. In regards to cure time, our testing has showed optimal hot throws could be gained as early as 3 days of curing. CCS #12 will benefit from a colder pour and a quicker set up due to its higher viscosity. Hotter pours may cause the wax to cure unevenly resulting in wet spots.