Sorry about that.Uh oh. My wife caught me watching your excellent vid. Now she is asking why we don't make candles. Thanks ALOT Dan. J
Every time I see how someone else does things, I get new ideas. I like to think some folks may do the same with mine.thanks dan! a few usable pearls of wisdom there for sure.
I rinse my cappings in cold water and let them drain overnight.:thumbsup:
what steps do you take to get your cappings wax clean enough to pour into the candle molds?
Thank you!Very, very good video, Dan. I watched it a few times when you first posted, and now I've got the equipment and supplies you recommended so I can give it a try myself. One tip for others is to check Goodwill for the pots and burner--I found perfectly good (used) melting and pouring pots for $1-$2 each.
Only in the wall….not directly in the pot. I’d be afraid that the water might get poured into the candle mold along with the wax. It might work ok….I’ve just never tried it.dan, do you put a little water into the double boiler to make removing the left over wax easier?
Thank you.great video Dan! How do you keep your taper molds from getting bent? Mine all start out great, but soon start warping pretty bad and make slightly curved tapers.