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Waxbrothers Candle making supplies

Friday 06th, December



What wax to use
* I want to make candles in Glasses , tins or containers. What is the best wax to use?
Try our Soy wax for containers. It's a nice creamy wax that sticks to the container.

Making your own pre waxed wick:
 is an easy project and keeps the cost down. Buy a wick pack, Dip the wick in wax, let it set. Cut to desired size. Thread the wick through the sustainer (Tab) and crimp with a plyers. Buy our pre waxed wick making kits.
Waxbrothers have everything you need to start making candles.
  Help at info@waxbrothers.ie
086 8309343
There is no need for expensive candle making lessons.
 Free advice and help line with all candle making kits.
Make your candles and sell them at your local market. 
 Free wick advice
We can make up soya candle making kits with free back up from us and video instructions.  We can help you with advice on choosing the perfect wick to using the right wax for your project. Email us if you need instructions, when you get your kit.
Waxbrothers have several types of wax for sale for different projects.
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