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Hi Nico, we melt our down to make little tea light candles but here are 36 other ways to reuse leftover candles https://www.frugalforless.com/ways-to-reuse-old-candle-jars/.
Some ideas here:
I would melt them down to make new candles.
Do you mean the leftover candle wax or the containers? :)
Melt them all down andwith a new wick create new large candle.
here is info Nico
If you have a small pieces you could shave the candle wax and add it to a small pouch to make scented potpourri sachets.
I would burn them down until completely gone. They are too expensive not to get every drop of scent IMO.
Hi Nico: You can melt them down and make new candles with interesting smells :) Just be very careful. Every day, a new adventure in fragrances:) You can do this :)
I would put them in the freezer so that the wax shrinks enough to get it out of the glass holder. Then I'd use the glass holders and repurpose them for things like this:
I usually gather the remnants and put them in a wax burner. The wax goes in the top and a tea light candle goes in the bottom. It melts the candle wax and gives it new life.
Here's our guide on what to do with left over candle wax:
Melt them down into a new candle! You could use little tea light candles, they don't take a lot of wax.
Collect all and make a new one