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5 Steps on How to Make Candles [2023]

How To Make Candle

How to Make Candle
How to Make Candle

Candle making is an art that can be difficult to master. There are many candle making tips available on the internet, but it’s hard to know which ones are the best. That’s why we’ve compiled 6 Candle Making Guidelines for you in this blog post!

1. Set Up Your Work Area

Cleaning wax that has dried on the floor is not the easiest thing to do. You want to make sure you have covered the floor with newspaper to avoid getting wax on your floor or carpet. If you are working over a table, make sure you protect that with paper, as well.

2. Measure Your Candle Making

Before you begin candle making, make sure that you know how much wax and wick you will need. This can be done by measuring the circumference of your candle mold in inches and multiplying it by the height which is usually somewhere between ¼ inch and ½ an inch (0.25 to 0.50). Multiply this number by the number of candle layers you want. The standard candle making guidelines recommend no more than four layers as it will make for a less stable candle and makes candle dipping much longer.

3. Get Your Mold Release Ready

Before candle making, you need to get your candle mold release ready. We recommend using a cold process soap for this step and wiping it on with a paper towel or rag. You don’t want the candle release applied too heavily, but it needs to be enough so that when you pour in your candle wax mixture, there is no residue left behind and your candle will turn out in the shape you want it to be.

4. Select Your Scent

You must be sure that the fragrance you want to use is suitable to be used in a candle. Not all scents are compatible with the wax! If your favourite perfume is not compatible with the wax, it will not smell the way you intended it to. You must choose fragrances that are compatible. For example, scented oils are great for beginners!

5. Do Not Add Too Much Scent

Candle making guidelines say that adding too much scent to your candle is not a good idea. If you add too much, the candle will smell strongly at first and then as time goes on it won’t be as noticeable due to being overpowered by the candle’s natural fragrance.

How To Make Candle

Candle making guidelines can be hard to follow and understand sometimes, but we hope that the candle making tips provided in this blog post will help you get started. Of course, there are many candle making tips available on the internet, but it’s important to know which ones work best for your candle project! Whether you’re looking for a simple candle or something more advanced like soy candles made with essential oils, these 5 candle making guidelines should set you off onto the right path!

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