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I decided to make my own candles kind of on a whim after I was too cheap to spend $22.50 on a candle from a fancy bath store. ...
You need to get all the raw materials first. I opted for the easiest option, I purchased the following: 1lb Premium Candle Wax Scent Oil Extra Long pre ...
With a knife, or as I found towards the end of my chunking, a cheese slicer, to get the wax off the block and into as small pieces ...
Once chunked up, you need to put your wax into your bowl. Then using the bowl and pot you create a double boiler. Basically half fill your pot ...
Once the wax is melted, you need to add your colouring. I had a full bowl of wax, and i added 1 or two little flakes of colouring. ...
Before pouring, I put my wick into the jar, and secured it around a chop stick so that it would lay flat and centred while I poured in my wax. ...
I then put the whole thing in the fridge to set, I left it in there about an hour before I checked on it, by this point it ...
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