Freezing Candles Before Use

If you store your candles in the freezer, the wax freezes and they last a lot longer when you light them.

Source: SuperScrimpers - UK television programme

By lucy from Oxford, UK

April 18, 20110 found this helpful

they don't drip much either. I froze all mine before my candlelight wedding and didn't have to worry about drips on our beige carpet. Made for a less stressful cleanup.

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Don't freeze soy candles, especially the pillars and votives, the candle will literally crack and/or fall apart. The best way to make them last longer is to burn them at least one hour on the first burn and keep your wicks trimmed to 1/4 inch. With My Hands, Candles, Soaps, Crochet and Curios All Made with My Hands

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