Wax - No Chip Dip
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When using no chip dip, heat the wax to a temperature of 380 degrees F to melt. The temperature that works best for dipping is 350 degrees F. The higher the temperature, the thinner the wax becomes. If the If the wax is melted at 400 degrees F or higher, the wax tends to crack more frequently. It's recommended the temperature be kept at 300 to 350 degrees depending on how much wax is in the pot and on the environment of where the wax dipping is being done.
When melting your first batch, you may notice quite a few bubbles on the surface of the wax. This is normal, due to the high moisture content. To remove bubbles, lightly skim surface with any utensil. Do not stir the wax as this will create more bubbles. Once the bubbles have dissipated, you may then start to wax your bottles.
After dipping the bottle in the wax, let the excess wax drip off the bottle before turning upright. To set the wax, dip into cold water immediately.
To melt the wax, use any container with an adjustable thermostat, that can maintain a consistent temperature for two or more. It takes approximately 2 hours for the wax to melt. Units such as the "Fry Daddy" work great for this.
How much do you need?? For a six-quart fryer, it's recommended you purchase at least 5 lbs. of wax to achieve sufficient depth for dipping. A six-quart cooker will hold approximately eight pounds of wax.
750ml to 1.5L Bottles: Dipped 1"- 2", one pound of wax will dip approximately 50 to 60 bottles.
3.0L to 6.0L Bottles: Dipped 1"- 2", one pound of wax will dip approximately 25 to 30 bottles.
Embossing Your Wax: Once the wax has hardened, use a blow torch to soften. Once soft, stamp!