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.
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?
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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