Two misconceptions about candle-making

Candle-making is a popular craft that more and more people are taking an interest in. Here are some oft-repeated misconceptions about this fun activity. Making candles is a hazardous process that younger people should not attempt One myth about candle-making is that the required supplies and the way in which they need to be used are hazardous and this hobby should not, therefore, be taken up by younger people. This myth originates from the fact that candle-making involves using a double-boiler to heat up the water and the candle wax, and then pouring this warm wax into candle moulds, and because it involves the use of potent fragrance oils, which must be handled carefully to ensure they don't splash into the person's eyes or dry on their skin. [Read More]