MOM Tip: How to Remove Candle Wax From a Jar

candle waxMOM Tip: It’s a shame to throw out the jars after candles are burnt down. Have you ever wondered how to get rid of the wax so you can enjoy the jar for something else? Yellow Brick Home took Wikihow to the test and the results were good!

Pour boiling water into the jar. The wax will melt and float to the top. Leave the jar for a few hours, and when you come back the water will have cooled and the solid wax will be floating on top.

Be sure to read all the do’s and don’ts from Yellow Brick Home’s test.

This tip from Yellow Brick Home.

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2 Responses

  1. I’ve also had amazingly easy & good results on many by just popping it in the freezer! I get upset though when the co glues the wick to the bottom… then it doesn’t work… Looks like this will, though! Thanks

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