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Candles consist of two main parts, wax and a wick. The wick is lit to provide light. At one time, they were the main source of nighttime light for in most homes. In more modern settings they are used more for fragrance or mood setting. They come in a variety of shapes, sizes, scents, and colors.

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How hot is candle fire?

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What is the best quality of custom candle boxes?

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My point of view Material is the main part of the of any boxes the best quality material maybe your custom candle box will be hit in the market. So I will recommend the good quality material to make custom candle boxes and other boxes.Fast Custom Boxes provides all type of boxes like perfum,candle, cosmetic etc.

A candle is covered with a flask and the flame goes out why?

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When the candle flame is covered with a flask, it creates a closed system where the oxygen supply is limited. The flame requires oxygen to sustain combustion, so when the available oxygen is used up, the flame goes out. The process is known as oxygen depletion, and it happens when the flammable material (wax) fails to receive sufficient oxygen to continue burning.

What did the candle say to the match?

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You light up my file

Do citronella candles work!?

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Most people agree that citronella helps fight off mosquitoes, but not much. Here is what FAQ Farmer Marcy had to say: "Citronella is OK. The problem with this is, if there is the slightest breeze it can certainly affect what it's suppose to do. Many people don't care for the smell of it and if some people have allergies it can bother them." Here is what gardening expert Walter Reeves said about it: "Citronella can reduce the number of bites - but only for people who stand very close to the candle or Tiki torch. If you enjoy smelling like smoke and risking a clothes fire, smoke-generating mosquito products might be for you."

Is a candle living or nonliving?

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A candle is not alive as it is simply an inaminate object which has had the wick part of it ignited.

How do you candle eggs?

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Candling is simply shining a light source through an egg to see what you can see inside the egg. Look it up on the web.

Are scented candles harmful to parrots?

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Scented candles, air freshners, cleaners are all dangerous for birds. Non-stick utensils are dangerous as well.

What US stores carry Jo Malone candles?

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Yes, there are actually stores that sell Jo Malone candles. You can find the stores by using the store locator in their website. Their stores are dedicated on selling Jo Malone products.

Where are the major Yankee Candle outlets?

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The Yankee Candle flagship store is located in South Deerfield, Massachusetts and attracts three million visitors per year. Visitors can shop from the widest variety of Yankee Candle scents available anywhere.

What are soy candles made of?

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Soy wax is a vegetable wax made from the oil of soybeans. After harvesting, the beans are cleaned, cracked, de-hulled, and rolled into flakes. The Soy wax comes in a flake form when you buy it online and its ready to be melted down so you can make candles with it.

Where can one buy some soy wax candles?

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At any store that there is..like (sari-sari store.)

Can you buy scentsy products in stores if so where?

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You can't buy Scentsy BRAND items in stores that I know of, but you can get similar burners and refills that smell just as good without the hefty price...but most people who buy Scentsy are doing so to help out a friend who's trying to make money, so want to stick with a Scentsy consultant.

For those who don't, many stores such as Target and some home lifestyle stores have very similar products, many of which smell divine. Some people like putting half of a Yankee Candle tart in their warmer, and some gutsy people even make their own refills - Google it, it's there. MyLitter is one of the sites that has recipes.

How do you get candle wax out of cooking pans?

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Don't ever put the wax down the sink, drain, toilet...etc.

Freeze the pan then scrape the frozen wax off. This works fine but can be a little slow.

If you are using a double boiler you can use a paper towel (sturdy paper towel example: viva) to soak up the excess wax and then pour boiling water from lower boiler into upper boiler and dispose of outside.

What is a candle dipper called in colonial time?

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candle maker

What is a candle snuffer used for?

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A candle snuffer is an instrument used to safely put out a burning candle. It also prevents the candle's wick from drifting into the melted wax. It is usually a bell shaped device that you hold over a lit candle, preventing it from getting the oxygen it needs to remain lit.

How do you remove candle wax from clothing?

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I have a 2-part suggestion, which has worked for me:

Step 1) Take a piece of brown paper (of the kind from which a paper bag is made), place it over the stain, and iron over this paper with a hot iron. This hopefully will cause the oil stain to be absorbed by the brown paper.

Step 2) After the ironing, pour a thick layer of talcum powder onto the spot. Leave overnight and then launder as usual.

How soon can I candle my chicken eggs?

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Candling can be done at any time, although day 8 onwards is usually when the embryo is more easily identified.

Day 3 of incubation (usually pale shelled eggs).

Day 5/6 of incubation (usually dark shelled eggs).

Between day 8 - 12 of incubation (embryo more easily identified).

3 days prior to hatching.

What retailer exclusively sells White Barn Candles?

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Bath and Body works exclusively sells White Barn Candles. White Barn Candle Company started as a series of stores paired with Bath and Body Works. Most of those stores have dissolved but the brand is still sold at The Bath and Body Works.

Can you color your candles with food color?

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i read in handyman magazine. that a woman was going to surprise her husband with a room makeover. she ran out of paint 3/4's of the way through and used food color to dye white paint and finish the job before her husband got home.

Where can one purchase Candles and Home fragrances?

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Soy candles available are either mass produced and can be found at many retailers such as Sears, Walmart, Bath and Bodyworks, Pier One Imports and Target. Soy candles are also homemade and made by independent and small business. Some places online to buy these candles are Maillardville Manor, Garden Web, Natural Scents, and Cajun Candles.