Don't Use Microwave to Melt Candles

I had two candles in glass jars that I wanted to remove. As suggested by one of the members, I put the container in boiling water and as the wax melted I poured it into a disposable container.

I also had read a suggestion to melt the wax by putting the candle in the microwave. However, I found this was not a good idea. I put it in for only 10 seconds and a FIRE started! Luckily I stayed by the microwave to keep an eye on it.

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By GrandmaJudyto5 from Columbus, Ohio

February 6, 20100 found this helpful

Did you perhaps leave the lil metal disc the wick is held in with?

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February 10, 20100 found this helpful

A sure fire way (no pun intended) to remove candles from jars/holders, etc. is to place them in the freezer. A few hours and they will come right out. I have been doing this for years!

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