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A flame in a flammable container?  
What am I missing?  Is the bowl treated with something?  I mean, if there is seriously a 100% safe way to make candles in wooden vessels, my brain will explode from the possibilities, but it definitely defies my brand of logic.  

https://meltoncandlecompany.com/collections/farmhouse-collection/products/the-bowl
 

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"Wooded dough bowl"...maybe it's not actual wood but another material treated to look like wood.  Otherwise, no way on earth I'd do it.

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38 minutes ago, KrisS said:

"Wooded dough bowl"...maybe it's not actual wood but another material treated to look like wood.  Otherwise, no way on earth I'd do it.


Well, IDK for sure, but the website really does call them "hand carved wooden bowls", so... 

I really can't wrap my mind around this. 

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On 11/1/2019 at 1:16 PM, Jcandleattic said:

All I can think is the Forrest Gump line "Stupid is as stupid does" 

right on 😝

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Why the hell would I pay $32.99 for this candle............as Jcandleattic said;  stupid is as stupid does

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On 11/6/2019 at 8:49 PM, Pam W said:

Why the hell would I pay $32.99 for this candle............as Jcandleattic said;  stupid is as stupid does


Before I knew anything about candle making- I definitely would! I love all things wood. My wedding ring is a wooden ring!

 

As a customer I would think it must be treated in such a way that it is safe. Otherwise they wouldn’t sell it. Right?!  So, yeah, 10 or 15 years ago I would have totally bought that!

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30 minutes ago, Sarah S said:

 

Hopie! Where've you been? 😁😁

I miss your posts!

Aw, just hangin' out all over Arizona, lol. Went up to Williams near the Grand Canyon, then to Camp Verde where we stayed on the Apache Nation rez for two months, now back in Lake Havasu for the entire winter. Our summer was too hot for candle making, so I hadn't been working on candle making. Just broke out the "candle factory" in here again, the air has cooled here in the low desert :) Fun to be back on here, I miss this place. 

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