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Removing Candle Wax From Metal Candle Holders

I need advice about removing candle wax from metal candle holders.

Helen from Ortonville, MI

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Removing Candle Wax From Metal Candle Holders

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Put the holders in your freezer for about an hour, it should be easy to get the wax off. (11/08/2006)

By gardencraft

Removing Candle Wax From Metal Candle Holders

Put the candle holders in the sink w/ hot water. In about a minute, all of the wax will either fall or pop off, or be able to be wiped right off. That also works if you have a candle that has melted into a container, but the wick is gone and you need to get the wax out. (11/08/2006)

By CarlaJS

Removing Candle Wax From Metal Candle Holders

I'd dip the candleholder into a clean empty large coffee canful of HOT water and leave it for about 30 min. removing the candle wax when warm and soft with a paper towel and ice cream stick or plastic disposable knife, if I had one of them. This is standard proceedure for candle wax. Using the can prevents having to clean wax residue out of any other container. Toss the can afterwards. Good luck

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and God bless you.(11/09/2006)

By Lynda

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