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Well used non-stick pot, Flat surface, Antique Candle Co.® Refill Kit, Container of choice. Can reuse previous candle containers.
Candle Container Requirements
Vessel height: 3 - 7”, Fireproof material, No holes or cracks that could cause potential leakage in container.
Candle Making Steps1. Clean Container
If reusing a previous antique candle or mason jar container, soak interior of container with hot water until glue at the base of the wick becomes soft, then scrub off. Repeat until glue is completely removed. Wash all containers with degreaser soap. Dry well.2. Place wicks
Place container on a flat surface. Place sticker on bottom of wick(s). Place wick(s) with wick stickers 3 ½ inches away from container wall and 2 inches away from other wicks until you are unable to add more wicks. No wick should be close to edge of container. Depending on shape of container, you might only need to use one or two wicks.3. Heat Wax & Refill Candle
Empty one, 1lb bag of soy wax into non-stick pot and heat on low or simmer, stirring constantly until wax is melted completely. Carefully pour hot wax into container, leaving 1” of wick on top. Do not pour wax directly onto wick(s). Let wax cool and solidify. Pull wick(s) straight before wax completely solidifies. Use pencils or spoons to help hold wick(s) in place. Let candle cure for 24 hours before lighting, then enjoy!
Keep away from flammable objects, children, and pets. For adult use only. Hot wax may cause serious burns. Please use caution when handling hot wax. Allow wax to cool completely before handling finished product. Do not dispose of wax in drain. Do not leave burning candle unattended. Stop burning when 1/4” of wax remains. Stop burning if vessel is damaged or cracked.
Please note that Candle Refill Kit Terms and Conditions must be accepted at checkout to purchase a Candle Refill Kit.