Wax Candles


Wax Candles

Candles are an integral part of the home and event decor as their soft flickering glow imparts tranquility and warmth to the ambiance. There are plenty of ways you can use a wax candle to decorate and illuminate the dull and dreary corners of your surroundings. You can find a wide variety of decor candles at tableclothsfactory in different shapes, sizes, colors, and designs that can help you add a spectacular appeal to your event decor.

Planning a romantic candlelight dinner? Scatter over mini red heart shaped tea light candles on the dinner table to imbue an enchanting and romantic aura into the ambiance. If you want to ooze a dramatic yet whimsical flair to your sweetheart table decor, inset metallic dripless unscented pillar candles in glass cylindrical vases and place them at the front and base of the table for a wonderful and dreamy candle decoration.

Similarly, for your grand wedding reception tables, arrange gorgeous flowers in flower stands and also set small candles like our mini disc floating candles in clear vases to exude a scintillating charm.

Impart magical radiance to your event decor with a set of candles to ooze oodles of glimmer and shimmer creating a perfect dramatic ambiance. Browse through Tableclothsfactory’s collection of wax candles and add a twinkling charm to your event decorations!




1. How to use wax candles ? 

Ans: Perhaps you recently purchased a set of wax candles that you would like to use in your home or for a special event or occasion. You will surely want your wax candle sets to last a few hours longer than usual, but you can't seem to do it and are not sure why. If that's the case, you may have been burning the candles incorrectly.

Take a look at the following handy tips to get the most out of your lovely unscented candles made of wax.

Trim candle wicks on a regular basis

Trim the candle wick to ⅛ and ¼ inches long with scissors or nail clippers. If you cut the wicks of your candle decor, they will burn cleaner and brighter. Untrimmed wicks are more likely to create odd shapes, blowing out and obscuring the candle flame.

Completely melt the candles

Wait until the top layer of your wax candle decoration has melted before blowing them out. If you choose to melt the wax completely each time you light the candles, the surface will remain flat and the sides of the jar will remain clean no matter how long it takes.

Keep the candle away from air currents

Avoid using your candles in areas near open windows, fans, or areas where there are people who come and go. Moving air will not only cause the flame to go out, but it can also stain your candle holders and candle jars. 

2. What to do with old wax candles ?

Ans: If a candle is nearly finished and only a small amount of wax remains, it should not burn. However, just because they can't be burned doesn't mean they can be thrown away. Do not throw away those wax candle residues that have been accumulating in your candle holders since the last occasion; instead, use them to decorate your home.

You may be surprised to learn that there are a variety of ways to recycle wax melts into something even more useful in your home. If you don't know what to do with leftover wax candles, here are some clever ideas and strategies to try.

  • Make attractive tealights. To make small candles for your tabletops, remove the old wax from your candle holders and melt them in the tealight container, then place a small wick on top. If you have enough wax left over, you can try molding them into a new decorative candle.
  • Seal letters with a feeling. Using leftover black wax candles, give your fancy letters and special handmade cards a gorgeous drop of candle wax seals on top of the letters to make them look and feel extra special.
  • Unzip stuck zippers. Do you have a pair of jeans or a bag with stuck zippers? For quick repair and smooth zipper gliding, rub a little wax on both sides of the teeth, then pull the tab up and down.
  • Easy DIY fire starters. Wax residue fire starters are perfect for outdoor camping enthusiasts who want to start a fire quickly. An easy way to make some is to pour the melted wax into paper baking pans with a cotton wick, twigs, or pinecones.

3. Where to buy wax candles ?

Ans: Slow burning candles can be used for more than just providing illumination during blackouts; these traditional candles made from natural wax can also be used as a decorative accent in your home, whether for a casual dinner party or large gatherings and occasions. If you're looking for a good collection of wholesale wax candles online, you may want to check out Tableclothsfactory's unscented bulk wax candles that you can display in solo or groups in the hallway and on your tables.

When it comes to long burning candles, we have plenty of long lasting decor candles for you to choose from. Our pretty rose candles, textured tealight candles, and premium taper candles are sure to set the perfect mood in almost any room. Lighting a few of these gorgeous assorted colored candles can create a warm, glowing effect and create a cozy atmosphere that your family and guests are sure to love.

However, if you don't like dripping types of candles because you don't want to clean up after them every time, opt for our reliable dripless candles which will provide clean, smokeless lighting without worrying about the downsides of the wax dribbling or melting quickly.

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