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Old 03-22-2019, 03:48 PM
Mitcheal Veenstra Mitcheal Veenstra is offline
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Using rosin in the batch pile instead of sugar could also be about when it puts things in reduction. It has a different flash point that sugar does. That's why sometimes in some formulas you'll see sugar used alongside rosin. It keeps the batch pile in reduction longer as things fire off at different rates/temps. I'd tend to agree with Pete about not changing a formula you haven't melted yet.
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