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Where do you buy FO's fro candles?

Posted by sara-s (My Page) on
Sat, Jan 17, 09 at 10:28

I have tried a few sites, including Candle Science and Nature's Garden Candles. Each has some oils I like and some I don't. There are so many sites out there, so I would like to know which sites have oils you really like. Thanks.

BTW, I am using the FO's for soy candles.

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RE: Where do you buy FO's fro candles?

I like Peak's. I think they have a good selection.

RE: Where do you buy FO's for candles?

Thanks. what are some fragrances you have bought from Peak Candle?

RE: Where do you buy FO's fro candles?

I get everything from Bittercreek Candle Supply out of northern Wisconsin.

Here is a link that might be useful: Bitter Creek Candle Supply

RE: Where do you buy FO's fro candles?

I LOVE Gelluminations-- their scents have consistently good throw. I also like Cajun's Candles for their super strong foody smells and Early American Candle Company for just good standard basics. Candle Soylutions has some unique combinations too. Good luck. & always order SAMPLES!!!!! before committing to larger sizes! (Lots of experience there lol)

RE: Where do you buy FO's fro candles?

Thanks again for the suggestions. So far I have checked out Bittercreek and Peak. I did not get great results from the Bittercreek scents. I tried Peak's Wild Mountain Honey and it is fantastic. I will be trying a few more, from Peak, in the near future. Also, Peak sells very high quality MP soap.

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