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First of all, get the right environment for candle making. You want your room to be warm and free of drafts, so keep all your windows and doors closed.
Next, set up a table with all your equipment, it’s best to do the whole process close to your hob, and to cover your table or use a tray to catch any spillages. Finally, get all of your equipment ready to go.
Candle Making Safety instructions
Never heat the wax straight on the hob always use a water barrier.
Don’t pour molten wax down the drain. Keep a fire extinguisher nearby.
Never leave molten wax unattended.
Use a thermometer so you always know the temperature of the wax.
Keep wax away from an open flame.
Don’t overheat the wax to over 65 degrees C.
Using your Candle Safely
Adult use only, keep out of the reach of babies, small children and pets.
Do not touch a hot candle or leave unattended.
Trim the wick to 5mm in length before lighting.
Burn for 2-4 hours at a time to allow the wax to melt evenly.
Do not relight a candle that contains less than 7mm of wax.