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I may be stupid, but then again, I have never messed with silicone molds. I am giving it a try. I ordered some molds for pie candle toppings from van yulay. They seem perfect. I also ordered one that is suppose to look like a log. I understand that the bottom of a mold is the top when you flip it out. So my question is, how do you wick the candle? This question is for those of you who use these molds. How do you wick these candles yet save your molds for longtime usage? Any advise appreciated and I'm sorry if this sounds ignorant, but I just don't know honestly. TIA

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