To dip the candles you hold the wick, doubled over your hand into the hot wax. And immediately lift it out again, allowing the excess wax to bead off and back into the pot. Re-dip immediately. Do this 4 times, each time holding the wick over the wax, and allowing the excess wax to drip back into the melting pot.
The most common type of dipped candles you'll find are tapers, because of their. and this is a great advantage if you have unusually shaped candle holders to fill. Make sure you choose candle wicks that are suitable for beeswax candles.
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