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Candle Making Equipment

The MARK VIIe candle filling machine is a candle factory on wheels! One person can pour thousands of perfect candles a day. The machine adds color, fragrance and wax. It mixes as it pours. No waste, no spills. A perfect candle every time. This equipment provides tremendous savings on total production costs! For more information about the equipment and to order yours, visit our website at http://coogarproducts.com/.

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BEESWAX,Melting Bees Wax,Molds,Candle Making,GA Beekeeping Beekeepers Pour Bees Wax ,John Pluta

BEESWAX, Melting Bees Wax for candles and blocks.Melt bees wax in microwave or steam table ideas.Candle mold wick threading. Bees wax candle molds 100 different. For wax or molds CLICK http://georgiabees.blogspot.com Breaking bees wax blocks. Pouring bees wax taper candles. Bees wax candle making by Beekeeper John Pluta,Milledgeville Georgia, Beekeeping honey cappings bees wax .Beekeepers candle finish trick. Clean strained filtered honey bees wax from beekeeping beehives. Beekeepers harvest bees wax from honey comb un capping then melt for candle making,cosmetics,hair.Bees wax candles poured into molds of […]

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Choosing the Right Size Wick

Hi there, have you been wondering how to choose the right wick and wick size for your container candles? Try using this video from CandleScience to learn how to identify under and over wicked candles. It is great information to help you make the right choice. For more information on wicking container candles please visit: ttp://www.candlescience.com/learning/wicking-container-candles.php Frank Brought to you by: http://candlemakingblog.com/     

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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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