Tips To Remove Candle Wax From Glass Jars

Soy candle jars are among the most widely used products as it is quite versatile and easy to clean. It is made of soybean candles and it is a natural product. However, all types of waxes drips into carpets and floors which can be quite messy and unclean. The candle wax usually fills up the container that holds the candles. It can be quite difficult to remove the wax once it hardens inside the jar.

Soy wax can be cleaned with the use of water and dish washing soap. To remove the left over wax, place the jar inside the refrigerator and let it remain in the freezer for two to three hours. Remove the jar from the freezer compartment and use a butter knife to remove the wax.

candle wax

In some cases, it can be easily removed with your fingers too. Then wash the jar thoroughly with hot water and dish washing soap. Use a clean towel to wipe away the water streaks for a perfect and clean appearance. It is important not to use any type of sharp objects to remove the wax from the container.

Candle wax can also be removed by applying heat. But it must be done carefully to avoid breakage of glass. Wax can easily be removed by heating the oven to 175 degrees F. Use a clean and dry pie pan to melt the wax. It is important to use a good size pan so that it is easy to melt the wax from the jar.

candle waxes

The jar must be placed upside down on the pie pan. Use an oven to bake the jar in the pan until the entire wax is melted. The amount and the thickness of the wax determine the time required to melt the wax in the oven. Use a paper towel to wipe the wax completely from the jar.

Use warm water and soap to wash the candle jar so that any residue left on the jar can be removed completely. It is easy to find different types of candle wax jars through most of the reputed online dealers.

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