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  Is there an easier way to make votives?

One of the recent developments for making votives is the votive pin. This simple devise allows a votive to be made with the wick centered each and every time. The pin also allows cotton and other specialty wicks to be used since the rigidity is not a factor. You can simply place the pin in the cup, pour the wax and if necessary top off. When the candle hardens remove the pin and slide a Pre-Wick assembly in the preformed hole of the candle.

Another new development for making votives is the exciting new V wax. This wax is truly a 1 pour designed specifically for votives. The V wax is easy to use and can hold up to 6% fragrance. It should also be noted that pins are also presently available for 2" & 3" diameter pillars up to 6½ in height.

 
   
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