This topic contains 8 replies, has 3 voices, and was last updated by Run 3 9 months, 3 weeks ago.
nice idea – but don’t have a candle warmer. I wonder if i could use a coffee mashine to heat the wax from leftover candles? Do you think it gets too warm? how warm is your candle warmer?
I think a coffee machine would be too hot. The traditional way to melt wax is with a double boiler. Wax is fairly safe while the temperature is low enough, but it can get dangerous if you get it too hot. I picked up this candle warmer at a local craft store for about $4US so if you’re working on a lot of wax stuff you might want to check that out, too.
Wow! This is such a great idea! I find it hard to find nicely shaped candle moulds, and don't have anything pillar shaped.
I always have to use detergent to line the insides of my candle mould, which does work a treat when removing the candles and washing up.
I will definitly be trying this technique! Thanks!
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