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Candle Making Temperature / The Main Variant

In my last post titled “Candle Making Procedure/No Detail Is Too Small” we discussed Temperature: Temperature is the main variant with all types of wax without a doubt. Temperature is of the utmost importance. I told you that It is so important that I will be writing a post on it next week. OK, here it is. Candle Making Temperature / The Main Variant As we discussed in Candle Making there are three temperatures that need to be controlled. And those three are: The pouring temperature of wax. […]

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Candle Making Procedures / No Detail Is Too Small

I want you to think back to the first few times you made a candle. It probably looked OK sitting there in its mold, and you were proud of it because you did all the right things. You followed the Candle Making Procedure, because you knew No Detail Is Too Small. You selected the correct wax, scent (fragrance), and color. And you let the candle cool overnight just to be sure. Then that morning you removed the candle from the mold. Oh my gosh, the candle didn’t […]

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Making Hand Dipped Candles / For Fun Or Profit

Making Hand Dipped Taper Candles is a great hobby or even a good business endeavor once you get the hang of it. For those of you, who have all the basics down to the TEE, consider experimenting with the art of making Hand Dipped Taper Candles. These lovely creations will take more time, but they are absolutely stunning. You can make them even more stunning by using several colors on each Candle making it very unique. There are some basic tools and items you will have to have […]

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Candle Making Supplies

Candle Making is a fun hobby and enterprising business venture for others. There are basic supplies you need in order to make candles. All candles require three essentials – wax, wick, and a candle holder. Since candles can be made in various shapes, styles, and shapes; the amount of wax, length of wick, and type of candle holder you will use depends on your own preferences. The wax used for candle making is either paraffin wax or beeswax. To melt the wax for your candles properly, you […]

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