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    Hi can anyone tell me what it means when someone who is describing the FO they have used in their wax melts says and an `overpour` of whatever scent they used so basically what does overpour mean

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    Hi loll,

    I've been making candles and melts for a few years now and an 'overpour' to me means either of two things.
    1) When you have made too much wax up for a specific purpose and you have some over that you pour into little moulds to make melts.
    2) When you're making 'chunk candles' and fill a mould/container with chunks of wax of one colour/scent and then fill the gaps with melted wax of another colour/scent. The latter is the overpour.

    HTH

    Bingle

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