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Lightly spray your mold with Mold Release.
Use a wicking needle to thread the wick through the
hole in the bottom of the mold. Pull the wick so that
it is about 6” (15.24 cm) longer than the top of the
mold. Leave the wick at the bottom of the mold long,
that way when you remove the candle, the mold will rewick itself!
Most molds have at least one cut in the side. Take
the time to make sure that the seam(s) are aligned
properly. This process will alleviate the need to repair
a bad seam on your candle.
Use the rubber bands included with your mold to
secure the seams in place, readjusting if necessary
after the rubber bands are in place.
Secure your wick over the mold. Bobby pins or
popsicle sticks work great for this purpose. You want
the wick centered and straight but not too tight. A
wick that is too tight or too loose will effect the way
your candle burns. Pour your melted wax into the mold slowly.
The slower your candle cools, the better it will turn
out. Once your candle is completely cooled, remove
the rubber bands and pull the seam(s) apart. Remove
the candle from the mold and trim the wick at the top
and bottom of the candle.
Your mold is now wicked and ready for your next pouring. The bottom of the candle is likely to be uneven. Use a metal pie
tin on the stove to gently warm the bottom of the candle and flatten it out so the candle will sit level.
Congratulations, you are now a candle maker!