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Guys I have a question about gold candles.What is the best method to get a nice gold effect on the whole candle? Does painting a candle work? I tried but it emanates a very synthetic smell and the fragrance gets completely lost.. I even tried the glitter which is candle safe but don’t get the look! any ideas please ...thanks in advance for your time

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How to Make Metallic Colored Candles
Making homemade candle lights is an imaginative and also enjoyable leisure activity with endless opportunities. The range of shades, scents as well as designs readily available to the candle enthusiast is myriad. Usually, candle dyes are mixed with the wax to tint the candle throughout. Metal dyes, however, can not be blended directly with candle wax; the metallic flakes will undoubtedly obstruct the wicks, and the candles will not shed well. Metallic dyes must be used only to coat candles. Learn the dipping technique and also load your house with lovely candles in shimmery shades of gold, silver, bronze, and even copper.


Ingredients You'll Need:- 

  • Large double central heating boiler
  • Paraffin wax
  • Metal pigment color
  • White or ivory candle lights
  • Wax paper
  • Clothesline
  • Clothespins

Step 1
Load the lower pot of your dual central heating boiler two-thirds complete with water. Offer a boil, then decrease to a simmer.

Step 2
Put 2 lbs. Chopped paraffin wax right into the leading pot of your dual central heating boiler. Place the leading pot under the pot to thaw the paraffin wax. Stir occasionally for also melting.


Step 3
Include about 2/3 oz. of pigment color to the melting paraffin wax. The amount of pigment color needed to color the wax may vary slightly depending on the item; follow the supplier's guidelines.


Step 4
Mix the paraffin wax as well as pigment dye with each other until thoroughly thawed and mixed.


Step 5
Hold your white or cream color candle lights by the wicks as well as dip them into the melted wax. Cover them, however, do not permit the tinted wax to cover the cords or permeate right into the wick wells. Location the candle lights on wax paper to dry, or, if they will certainly not stand, hang them from a clothesline by their wicks with clothespins.


Step 6
Repeat Step 5 until you have accomplished your desired shade. Keep in mind to let your candle lights dry between each dip.


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