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How Recycle Old Wax Candles In to new ones!!!

In this Instructable I will show you How to recycle old candles that won't burn properly or that just look messy!Difficulty :MediumTime: 30 mins - 1 hourCost: Minimal

21 Oddly Satisfying GIFs You Won't Be Able To Stop Watching

Yeah, candle! Burn! | 21 Oddly Satisying GIFs You Won’t Be Able To Stop Watching

How to Make Homemade Candle Wicks

Instead of buying wicks at a craft store when you're making homemade candles, make wicks at home. when making a wick, make sure it fits the type of candle you're creating; if a wick is the wrong thickness, the candle won’t burn correctly. Thinner braided wicks are for smaller candles, and thicker strings are for bigger candles.

We use LED battery operated taper candles in our candelabras. They flicker just like a real flame but they will not burn out or get blown out during your special occasion. They won't burn down to stumps and there is no messy, dripping wax. They look perfect all day and night.

A Candle That WON'T Burn Your House Down!? Ok, I Had to Try It...

Fire safety, especially fires caused by candles after a power outage, is among the biggest reasons for accidental fires! Use these candles to stay safe...

I love these remote control votive candles. They're gorgeous and I won't burn the house down by using them.

How to Fix a Burned Bathroom Counter

It might be caused from a hot curling iron or an accumulation of hot iron burns. It might be from a cigarette, candle or something worse. If you've got burns on your bathroom countertop, you know by now that you can't just wipe them off. Tile won't burn, but small laminate burns can sometimes be lifted. Larger burned areas require the replacement of the laminate.

A better way to carve a pumpkin. It is easier to clean out the seeds and you won't burn yourself trying to light it!

Make a Yule Log to Celebrate Winter Solstice

Yule Log Walk As you walk along, looking for that special Yule log to place in your hearth. Oak, Ash and Cedar make the best Yule log, flat on one side so that it won’t roll. The original Yule log was an oak branch. This wood was chosen as it burns slowly but with great heat