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When the candle in the candle cup burns, how to deal with the remaining candle cup? Regardless of whether it is reused or given a new purpose to the candle cup, the residual wax in the candle jar must be removed first. Do you know any method of cleaning wax? I will introduce you to the method of removing wax by freezing so that you can make better use of the candle jar.
Here is the list of the article:
l How to handle the candle cup before putting it in the refrigerator?
l How long does the candle cup need to be kept in the refrigerator?
l What should I do with the candle cups taken out of the refrigerator?
(1) Take a candle cup suitable for freezing. When there is only a small amount of paraffin at the bottom of the cup, the effect of freezing the wax is most obvious. In addition, this method also requires that the wick does not stick to the bottom of the cup. If there is a candle wick stuck to the bottom of the cup, the paraffin will not be completely clean. You can try the boiling water dewaxing described later.
(2) Many candle cups have narrow openings, so when you want to take out the wax, the wax block is easy to get stuck in the mouth of the bottle. The solution to this problem is to poke the wax into pieces with a butter knife. Frozen wax will become smaller pieces. Small pieces of wax are easier to pull out of the cup than large pieces of wax. You can also use this method to remove wax in candlesticks with special shapes.
Put the glass in the refrigerator to freeze. You need to put the candle cup in the freezer area until the wax freezes hard. This process can take as little as 20 to 30 minutes, and as long as several hours. Place the cup firmly and don't let it tip over. When water freezes, its volume increases, while wax shrinks. In other words, the wax will fall off the surface of the glass.
(1) Take out the candle cup from the refrigerator. When the wax is hard, remove the candle cup. Press firmly on one corner of the wax block to check whether the paraffin is frozen. If the wax becomes loose after pressing, it means that the wax block has been frozen and can be taken out.
(2) Pour the wax out of the cup. Turn the candle jar upside down and the wax lumps will fall out. If it does not fall, you can pick up the cup and tap it on the table a few times. You can also insert a butter knife between the wax block and the glass and press the handle to pry the wax block out.
(3) Remove the candle wick holder. If the wick holder is still stuck to the bottom of the candle jar, just insert the tip of the butter knife under the wick holder, and then gently press the handle, the wick holder will be pried open.
(4) Remove residual wax. At this time, there may be some scattered wax sticking to the cup. You can try to scrape off the remaining wax with a butter knife, wash off the wax with detergent and water, or wipe off the wax with a cloth soaked in baby oil.
(5) Reuse candle cups. Now you can reinsert the candle wick into the cup and pour new paraffin wax. You can also slightly decorate the cup for pens, cutlery, or other items.
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The candle jar refers to a jar specially filled with candles. Some shaped candle jars can be directly lit and used, which greatly facilitates people's lives. Candle jars have a beautiful appearance and with the improvement of people's living standards, the demand for candle jars is also increasing year by year. Candle jars are not disposable items and some candle jars can be used repeatedly to protect the environment. In order to help you maintain the candle jar efficiently, I’d like to expand on the ways to maintain and wash candle jars.
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How to maintain the candle jar?
What are the types of candle jars?
How to clean the leftover candle cup?
1. The shape of the candle jar must be square and not inclined, otherwise the wax will flow out during use.
2. When the candle is almost burnt, please do not let the candle continue to burn, otherwise it will cause the candle jar to be deformed.
3. The jar containing the candle can’t be used directly as a candle pad, let alone let the candle burn until it is extinguished.
4. When extinguishing the candle jar, do not use the lid directly, it is best to blow out the flame and then close the lid.
Candle jars can be divided into formed candle jars and storage jars.
Generally speaking, the raw materials for forming candle jars are metal materials, which are characterized by durability and easy storage
There are generally no major restrictions on the raw materials for making candles. They can be made of plastic candles, metal candles, and wooden candles.
(1) Put the hot boiled water for a period of time, wait for the water temperature to drop a little, then slowly pour the water into the cup, at this time the wax starts to float. If the room temperature is low (especially in winter), do not pour hot water into the candle cup immediately, otherwise the candle cup will easily crack.
(2) Let it stand for a while, and it will take about 2 hours for the wax block to float to the surface of the water and solidify.
(3) After the wax block is solidified, the wax block can be directly taken out by hand.
(4) Use a butter knife to pry out the candle wick holder at the bottom of the cup. In order to facilitate the removal of the wick holder, you can add some hot water to melt the glue.
(4) Wipe off the wax remaining in the candle cup with a paper towel, and then carefully clean the inside of the candle cup with dish soap.
In addition, the removed residual wax blocks can be packed in small dishes, and then placed in the shoe cabinet to deodorize. The candle cup can be used as a storage container to put flowers, change, makeup pens, etc.
Note that any candles in a cup should not burn to the end, because dry burning will easily crack the candle cup, which is not safe. In most cases, when the candle in the candle cup is still at the height of a finger (1cm), you can stop using it.
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There's a lot to do when you're getting ready to relocate. Every room must be completely cleaned, organised, and packed—and it appears that they must all be completed at the same time. However, some objects require more attention and care than others, and the glassware is one of them. Improperly packing glass cup, which is fragile and frequently precious, can result in permanent marring, major cracking, and even shattering. Let's go over the things you'll need and the processes you'll need to follow to properly pack and protect your glass cups. Here are the main points:
1. Gather your packing glass cups.
2. Protect the glass cup by wrapping it in packing paper.
3. Place bubble wrap around the glass cups.
4. Use dividers and fill in blank sections using dividers.
5. Make sure the box is properly sealed and labelled.
When you're organised, everything moves faster, and packaging glass is no exception. Here are the packaging materials you'll need to safely store your glass cups, vases, and other glass-based items.
l Tissue paper or packing paper
l Sheets of bubble wrap or bubble pouches
l boxes made of corrugated cardboard
l Tape for closing cartons
Bubble wrap is an excellent kind of protection. However, if it comes into close contact with glass, it can create difficult-to-remove circular pattern marks. Packing glass with packing paper or tissue paper will avoid this issue, preserving your belongings from getting scuffed or blemished. To secure the loose paper, crumple it up at the edges or use packing tape.
This is where the show's star appears. Wrap your glass cups in bubble wrap thoroughly, gathering the loose ends, wrapping them over the product, and taping it shut. Bubble wrap sheets are the most readily accessible choice, but if you want to speed up the process of packing glass, you can use bubble pouches.
If your items are significantly larger or heavier than usual, you'll want to do one of two things: use larger bubble wrap or wrap the item in many layers. When it comes to packing glass, you can never be too careful, especially if what you're carrying is costly or sentimental.
Here, corrugated dividers are an excellent addition to your packaging strategy. They'll keep individual parts separated and in one place once they're assembled into their crosshatch-like pattern, lowering the odds of damage during transit or storage.
You'll want to make sure there's no room for anything to move or shift about once your glassware is wrapped and put inside the box. Use leftover packing paper or bubble wrap to fill in the gaps. Use just enough to keep everything in place without feeling suffocated or pressed.
Close your boxes with carton sealing tape, making sure the flaps are completely taped down and impossible to move. Use H-tape to patch any side-flap openings you detect if you're worried about dirt or damp coming through. Take a marker and write "Fragile" on the sides of a few of the boxes. It's no assurance that the suggested directions will be followed, but it surely helps.
It's easy for certain duties to slip by the wayside when you're moving, and it's easy to forget about them. Among all the things you have to deal with, properly packing glass cups is an important—but easy to overlook—task. We're convinced you'll be able to handle it with a little planning and this list of packing essentials.
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After many people buy the candles in the candle container, when the candle burns, the candle container seems to be useless. However, the candle container can actually be used repeatedly, whether it is used as a storage container or refilling the candle, it will give the candle container a new mission. Do you know how to recycle candle containers?
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Can the candle container be used to drink water?
How else can candle container be used?
How to make candles by hand?
Most of the candle containers are exquisite in workmanship, so some people want to recycle the candle containers and use them as water cups after the candles are burned out. Can the candle container be used as a water cup? Generally speaking, candle containers cannot be used as water cups, because the material of glass water cups is food-grade, and the glass used for candle containers is not lead-free glass in most occasions. Although the washed candle container looks very clean, the toxic substances in the lead-free glass may dissolve in water, thus endangering human health. You’d better not to use the candle container as a water cup.
The shape of the candle container is diverse and can be used according to its shape. For example, the candle container can be used as a pencil case. The exquisite candle container is used as a pencil case. It is not only a good storage container, but also can add style to your desk. In addition, the candle container can also be used as a flower pot. Some candle containers have a smaller height and a larger diameter, which are suitable for planting succulents. Succulents can grow easily, and their size is also small, so using candle containers to grow succulents is a good choice. Putting the candle containers planted with succulents on the window sill will make the atmosphere at home more comfortable.
In addition to the above uses, the candle container can also be refilled with homemade candles after the original candles are burned out. How to make a candle? Here are the steps to make your own candle:
(1) Purchase sufficient amount of paraffin wax, beeswax or scented wax.
(2) Use a double boiler to heat the wax to the point where it can be poured.
(3) Stick a long enough candle wick to the bottom of the glass jar, wrap a pen or pencil on the wick, and then place the pen on the jar horizontally to ensure that the wick can be perpendicular to the bottom of the glass jar.
(4) Keep the top candle wick still, and slowly pour the melted wax into it so that the wax reaches three-quarters of the volume of the glass.
(5) After the wax in the glass is solidified, continue to pour the remaining 1/4 of the wax.
(6) After the wax has solidified, it can be used as a normal candle.
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