Freezing Candles Before Use

To make your candles burn longer, simply place them in the freezer for a few hours before you use them. This means there will be less dripping too.


By Lorimay from Perth Western Australia


Freezing Candles Before Use

I am going to start doing this. I already do it with bath bar soap, and I didn't know it worked on candles too. I always put the bath bar soap in the cardboard container in a plastic bag and keep it there for a day and it keeps it from melting too quickly. Thank you so much for sharing! Blessings, Robyn (04/30/2010)

By Robyn Fed

Freezing Candles Before Use

I would just like to remind everyone that colored candles may have chemicals in them, even lead and scented ones can really bother asthmatics. (04/30/2010)

By Lilac


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April 4, 20160 found this helpful

Candlelight is amazing isn't it? Especially, when you put it in a holder that can turn the light into an image. I have a few candles around my home that I would like to get holders for. One tip I would like to look for is a tea light holder.

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