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Thanks, It did help with really only having to cut two ends.
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I will give that a try. I was just using baking soda and white cleaning vinegar.
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Thanks. It is alot of labor but seeing it come back to life was very rewarding.
Thank You! I appreciate it. She was tickled to death to get these back. She said Ill be getting pecan pies for the rest of my life, :)
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Both are related. Carbon dioxide is the natural byproduct of a hydrocarbon fuel when it is being fully combusted. That can be wood, natural gas, butane, propane, fuel oil, coal, etc. Anything containing carbon that is burned can produce carbon dioxide. Normally we want each carbon atom to join with 2 oxygen atoms to make the carbon dioxide. If there are not enough oxygen atoms available the carbon atom will join with 1 oxygen atom and make carbon monoxide.
I did say it cost me less than $20. And without a cover it has the same safety concerns any other candle.
Thats what I'm saving for. Also been looking into the dual a/c and heat windows units.
But in the case of radiant heat it traps the heat made from the candles and stays warm well after the candles burn out. When you light a candle and put your hand above it. You feel it's heat. When you put your hand a foot or more to the sides of you you will feel very little warmth. The pots help transfer that heat into a larger radius.
It probably would be a minimal issue if someone made 2 or 3 of these and placed them in a small bathroom or closet. The amount of carbon dioxide produce by a small tea light candle in minimal. As always, use your better judgement when using anything with fire.
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