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While commercial solvents may not reliably dissolve candle wax, a combination of scraping and reheating can remove spills on clothes and carpets. Candle wax left in glass containers can be removed by reheating and wiping... More »

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For flat pieces of glass, simply scrape the wax off with a thin piece of plastic, fingernail or other non-metallic tool. For wax stuck in round or curved spaces, remove as much wax as possible, then place the item into h... More »

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To make a soy candle, a pound of soy wax, three small glass containers and candle wicks are required. In addition, wick stickums, a wick bar, liquid candle dye, fragrance, a thermometer and a double boiler help in the pr... More »

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To remove candle wax from wood, rub the wax with an ice cube to harden it. Next, gently scrape it off with a piece of thin plastic, like an expired credit card. Last, rub the wood with cream furniture polish. More »

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To remove candle wax from crystal, gently scrape away the excess wax, immerse in hot water to soften the stuck-on wax, use a delicate sponge to wipe wax from any crevasses on the crystal, and wash in warm, sudsy water. A... More »

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To remove candle wax from brick, scrape the wax with a dull knife, and use a heat gun to melt the wax residue. Finally, blot the wax with a soft cloth. You need a dull knife, a heat gun and soft cloths to complete this t... More »

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Make scented candles by melting candle wax and stirring candle fragrance into the mixture before pouring the wax into candle containers or molds. You need wax, candle fragrance oil, dye, candle wicks, and glass or metal ... More »

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