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Why are candles called candles?

  Answer   'Candle' comes from the Latin word 'candela,' which means: a cylinder made of tallow or wax with a wick through it, which gives light when burned.
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What is a candle?

Answer   A candle is a device for providing light or dispersing fragrance.   The body of a candle is comprised of a solid fuel source, usually paraffin wax. A wick run (MORE)
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What is in a candle?

A candle is made up of paraffin wax, stearic acid and a wick. If we take 10 spoons of wax we should put one spoon of stearic acid and insert a suitable wick according to the (MORE)
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What is in candles?

Depends on what type of Candle wax that is used, Such as Soy wax, Palm Wax, Paraffin, or Beeswax. It's the wax you prefer to use, then it's the Fragrance oil that's used to sc (MORE)
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What candle burns longer a blue candle or green candle?

The colour would not make any difference to the speed at which they burn.   It's at least theoretically possible that a candle company might choose to color-code candles fo (MORE)

Why do you have candles?

Candles are good for many uses. One person might want them because they smell good and they decorate a room nicely. Another person might want a candle just in case the electri (MORE)

What did candle makers make candles out of?

Many different materials have been used over the years:    beeswax, the wax honeybees make honeycomb from  dried candlefish, a type of smelt common off the american  n (MORE)