Yes or No do white candles burn faster than colored candles?
No, the color of the wax doesn't affect the speed of the burning of the candle. Good question, though; I never really thought of it. :)
In the science fair project do white candles burn faster than colored candles do you have to burn them all at the same time?
Coloring of a candle does not affect the burn time of candles. Larger wicks on candles may cause it to burn faster, and the type of wax used also affects burning rate. Soft wax, typically found in jars, has a higher oil content, which allows it to burn faster. Pillar candles most commonly use harder wax, which will burn slower.
yes, i believe that white candles burn at a different rate because white candles have less chemicals and are plain so they have a possibility of burning at a different rate and colored candles contain more chemicals and are thicker and they put smelly scent in them so i do believe that colored and white candles burn at a different rate in my perspective that is what i most believe so there you got my…
because researchers have proved that since there is so little colorants used in the colored candles, it makes anywhere from little, to no difference in the rate that the candles burn. However, The white candle does make a bit of a difference when tested in a room tempurature habitat. Thanks for reading my answer and I hope it helped you!