Beeswax Candles: The Natural Alternative
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Bee Candles and Lemonade

Usually when a candle is gone, that's it. But when a beeswax candle from apidae candles has burnt down, you are left with a beautiful glass to reuse. No waste.


Beeswax Candle Clear Bee apidae candles Bee Glasses with Lemonade 

How to get rid of the remaining wax? It's easy. Simply place your beeswax candle glass in the oven for about 15 minutes at 80 degrees C. Remove it from the oven but careful, it will be hot to touch. Remove the melted wax and the wick holder with a paper towel. Be sure not to pour any wax down the drain…that would cause big problems. Soak the glass in warm soapy water to get rid of any glue from the wick holder on the bottom of the glass. Remove the remaining wax with some oil, doesn't matter what kind, but I wouldn't recommend your most expensive olive oil for this. Then just wash with soapy water. Enjoy your new glass!

How do you use your bee glass when the candle is gone?

Photo 1: apidae candles, Photo 2: Sur La Table

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