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To prevent your handcrafted incense from smoking heavily or burning too fast, always dilute fragrances first with Incense-Making Base DPG, and air dry your incense thoroughly before packaging or burning.


Gather your lip balm tubes together in a cluster and bind them with a rubber band, then stand them in a glass baking dish. They won't tip over when you fill them and, if any balm spills, just scrape it up and save it for later use -- so there's no waste!


Watch temperature closely when heating melt-and-pour soap. Keeping your soap base below 140F will extend the life of your molds and actually improve performance of some glycerin bases.


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