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(12) Demande de brevet: (11) CA 2431792
(54) Titre français: COMPOSE POUR FABRIQUER DES BOUGIES A TEXTURE CREMEUSE
(54) Titre anglais: CREAMY CANDLE MAKING COMPOUND

Abrégé anglais




A candle making compound for making creamy candles is comprised of a
combination of mineral oil, generally liquid paraffin, and petrolatum, also
known as
petroleum gelly. Petrolatum and mineral oil admixed at a temperature of
between 40C
and 90C to create a mixture and the mineral oil comprises between 5 to 30
percent of
the mixture.

Note : Les revendications sont présentées dans la langue officielle dans laquelle elles ont été soumises.


1. A creamy candle composition for making candles comprising:
petrolatum and mineral oil wherein said mineral oil comprising between 5 to 30
percent of the total composition.
2. A creamy candle composition for making candles as in claim 1 further
comprised of
fragrance and coloring agents in a proportion of approximately 4% of the total
mixture.
3. A creamy candle composition for making candles at home as in claim 1
wherein:
said mineral oil consisting of isoparaffin.
4. A creamy candle product having the following process of manufacture:
petrolatum and mineral oil admixed at a temperature of between 40C and 90C to
create a mixture;
said mineral oil comprising between 5 to 30 percent of said mixture.
5. A creamy candle product for making candles having the following method of
use:
a wick having a base which allows it to stand is put into a receptacle, said
candle
composition being poured from a shipping container directly into said
receptacle until
said composition reaches just below the tip of said wick.
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Note : Les descriptions sont présentées dans la langue officielle dans laquelle elles ont été soumises.


CA 02431792 2004-08-11
CREAMY CANDLE MAKING COMPOUND
BACKGROUND OF THE INVENTION
Field of the Invention
This invention relates to candles and most particularly to candle making kits
for
consumers.
Prior Art
The art of candlemaking has been known for centuries. It basically involves
embedding a wick in a mass of combustible material and generating illumination
by
lighting the wick.
Nowadays, however, candles are used mostly far esthetic reasons rather than
for
utilitarian reasons> except of course in the event of a power outage wherein
candle
illumination is still the preferred choice. Because esthetic reasons are a
major factor
in the selection of candles, a trend has developped towards colored candles or
candles having a pleasant, relaxing smell when they burn or even the selection
of
decorative containers for the candle. indeed a variety of glass or ceramic
containers
can be used to hold the combustible substance. After the combustible material
has all
melted, users are left with a pretty container with nothing to burn. Making
new
candles out of used containers can be hazardous for the uninitiated since
candle wax
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is made of highly combustible materials that has to be heated at a certain
level in
order to be poured as a liquid. Heating the candle wax at too high a
temperature can
result in the wax bursting into an uncontrollable fire.
None of the prior art appears to address the issue of a simple and safe way of
making
candles by consumers in their own home.
SUMMARY OF THE INVENTION
This invention proposes a candle making compound and a method for making
candles by the end user himself.
It is therefore an object of this invention to provide a simple to use
compound that is
safe to work with for the end user since it does not require any heating of
the
compound in the making of candles.
It is another object of this invention to provide for a candle compound that
is
economical to use.
It is yet another object of this invention to provide for a candle compound
that comes
in kit form for ease of use by the end user.
It is a final object of this invention to provide for a candle making compound
which is
easy to manufacture.
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In order to achieve this, the candle making compound is comprised of a
combination
of mineral oil, generally liquid paraffin and petrolatum, also known as
petroleum geliy.
Commercially available coloring agents and scents can be added to create a
family of
products.
The foregoing and other objects, features, and advantages of this invention
will
become more readily apparent from the following detailed description of a
preferred
composition, wherein the preferred composition of the invention is shown and
described, by way of examples. As will be realized, the invention is capable
of other
and different compositions, and its several details are capable of
modifications in
various obvious respects, all without departing from the invention.
Accordingly, the
description is to be regarded as illustrative in nature, and not as
restrictive.
DESCRIPTION OF PREFERRED EMBODIMENTS
(No drawings)
In the manufacturing stage, in order tv create a creamy candle composition, a
mineral oil is poured into petrolatum which has been brought into a liquid
state by
heating. Generally, a heat in the range of 40 C to 90 C at normal air pressure
is
sufficient to bring petrolatum into a liquid state. The two substances are
admixed by
striring gently while keeping the overall temperature within the 40 C to 90 C
range.
The mineral oil should consist of between 5 to 30 percent of the total mix to
provide
for a creamy consistency to the mixture when it is brought down to an average
room
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temperature. Fragrance and coloring agents can optionally be added in small
percentages, about 4%, mostly fragrance, within the mixture during the
stirring
process which is generally sufficient to provide the desired effect. The
fragrance and
coloring agents are taken from a variety of commercially available products
and their
quantities can vary slightly according to the desired effect.
Once the ingredients have all been admixed, the mixture is poured directly
into the
shipping containers where it is let to cool down to become a creamy, thick
candle
making compound.
The following examples show some of the numerous variations available within
the
range possible to make the candle compound.
EXAMPLE 1
65 litres of petrolatum and 10 litres of mineral oil are admixed at a
temperature of 70C
and 3 litres of fragrance is added to the mixture.
EXAMPLE 2
55 litres of petroleum jelly and 20 litres of liquid paraffrn are admixed at a
temperature
of 60C and 3 litres of fragrance is added to the mixture.
EXAMPLE 3
55 litres of petrolatum and 20 litres of isoparaffin are admixed at a
temperature of 80C
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and 3 litres of fragrance is added to the mixture.
At the end user stage, the end user puts a wick into a chosen receptacle and
then
gently pours the creamy candle making product from the shipping container
directly
into the chosen receptacle until the compound reaches just below the tip of
the wick.
The candle is ready to be used.
The wick has a base which allows it ~o stand upright while the compound is
being
poured, such wicks are commercially available and can be included as part of
the
"home candle making" kit.
CLAIMS
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Titre Date
Date de délivrance prévu Non disponible
(22) Dépôt 2003-06-06
Requête d'examen 2003-06-06
(41) Mise à la disponibilité du public 2004-12-06
Demande morte 2006-10-02

Historique d'abandonnement

Date d'abandonnement Raison Reinstatement Date
2005-09-30 Taxe finale impayée
2006-06-06 Taxe périodique sur la demande impayée

Historique des paiements

Type de taxes Anniversaire Échéance Montant payé Date payée
Requête d'examen 200,00 $ 2003-06-06
Dépôt 150,00 $ 2003-06-06
Taxe de maintien en état - Demande - nouvelle loi 2 2005-06-06 50,00 $ 2005-05-03
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Abrégé 2003-06-06 1 11
Description 2003-06-06 5 222
Revendications 2003-06-06 1 36
Abrégé 2004-08-11 1 8
Description 2004-08-11 5 112
Revendications 2004-08-11 1 22
Description 2005-02-18 5 112
Revendications 2005-02-18 1 24
Page couverture 2004-11-10 1 23
Correspondance 2003-07-15 1 9
Cession 2003-06-06 2 106
Poursuite-Amendment 2004-02-24 3 126
Poursuite-Amendment 2004-08-11 10 231
Poursuite-Amendment 2005-02-18 4 60
Poursuite-Amendment 2005-01-24 2 50
Taxes 2005-05-03 1 21
Correspondance 2006-12-07 2 63