Usage & Recommendations
Tips for using our votive candle mold:
How to maintain and clean metal candle molds:
- Never wash metal candle molds with soap and water; this will damage your molds, and will cause the bottoms of candles made in these candle molds to have a rusted or black look.
- In order to maintain your metal candle molds, you will need to place your empty molds upside down on a cookie sheet in the oven at between 150 and 175 degrees. Allow the wax that is left inside your candle molds to melt onto the cookie sheet. Remove cookie sheet from the oven. Using a pot holder or fabric gloves, individually pick up each metal candle mold and wipe them out with a clean paper towel. You will not want to use this cookie sheet for food preparation in the future.
- Avoid storing metal candle molds stacked inside each other. Metal candle molds tend to have very sharp outer rims, and can be very difficult to pry loose. Whenever trying to pry metal molds apart, you will want to make sure that you use fabric gloves. Do not pry them loose bare handed; this may cause injuries to your hands.
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- Top Width:
- 1 3/4" diameter
- Bottom Width:
- 1 1/2" diameter
- 1 15/16"
- Wax Capacity:
- 1.5 ounces
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