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    How to clean your candle jars of wax once the candle is done. Great to reuse in the bathroom for cotton balls or q-tips:-)

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    • Lucy Mills

      How to Remove Wax and Reuse Candle Jar! I actually did this, and it works great, glad I can reuse my old candle jars.

    • Amanda Marchand

      removing wax from old candle jars (the freezer trick)-bathroom storage for cotton balls, q-tips, etc

    • Kelly W

      How to Remove Residual Candle Wax From Candle Jars If you like to recycle and reuse stuff, here's one more tip for you--reuse old candle jars!

    • Ann Marie Ingram

      Reuse old candle jars for different things.. such as cotton balls in the bathroom

    • Donna

      Reuse old candle jars | How to remove residual candle wax from candle jars

    • Meghan Kramer

      How To Remove Wax From Old Candle Jars So You Can Re-Use Them. So Smart!

    • Dhruvi Patel

      How to remove wax from old candle jars (the freezer trick)

    • Becky Spegal

      How to remove candle wax and reuse old candle jars!

    • amanda .

      Old candle jar - good for Q tips or cotton balls

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