For years, we’ve tried making new candles from the ones we’d just used. BUT the second time around, they only burned down the middle, leaving all the wax, yet again. Hmmm….this was never-ending.
Then my mother told me the trick was in the wick. My brother bought expensive ones he found at Michael’s, not the cheap dollar ones and lo and behold, all the wax melts now!
Great candle ideas:
- Like to recycle and have cute scented candles? (dibblestinks.wordpress.com)
- How to Make Citronella Candles (gardengalbevy.com)
- How to Make Ice Candles (stubborns.com)
- DIY: How to reuse old candle jars (thegrassskirtblog.com)
you’re a clever old stick..what a beautifil idea
I’ve always wanted to try reusing candle wax. I didn’t see why it couldn’t work. Now, bolstered by your experience getting the kinks out of the process, I’ll give it a try! Thanks!
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