How do you clean the residual wax out of the Bottom of a Candle Jar??
I burn multiple candles in my home. The only way I have found to get candle wax out of a glass holder is to put extremely hot water in the holder, let it sit overnight and when it is cool, it will just come out.
Sometimes you have to let it sit alittle longer or redo the hot water treatment. but this always works. The wax will float to the top.
There is a device meant to keep coffee or tea warm and this works quite well for candles as well. Simply set the candle on it and the wax will melt and you can pour it wherever you like.
I put the candle holder in a small bowl of hot water( not too hot we don't want tobreak the jar) then wait a few minutes and the wax should have soften enough to be removed from the jar
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