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Using Leftover Wax from Scented Candles

After burning large candles, you usually have a lot of wax left (sometimes scented). I melt the leftovers to make newer, smaller candles and just use birthday candles as the wicks. You can also melt crayons with the wax for some interesting effects.


By Yvonne from OK


Using Leftover Wax from Scented Candles

I just put the wax in the microwave to melt. You can also just put the old candle in and melt it that way. (10/07/2006)

By Yvonne from OK

Using Leftover Wax from Scented Candles

I never thought of using birthday candles for wicks. I have always bought the rolls of wick and tied it to a pencil over top of the container I am making the candle in. I thought they would melt quickly with the hot wax poured in. (10/08/2006)

By Susan from Hamilton

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