Make Citronella Beeswax Candles

Make Citronella Beeswax Candles

Make a 5% citronella candle using beeswax. 6 inch prepared wicks (These are the ones I recommend) 1 cup Beeswax for each candle, (approximating 225 grams or ½ pound) 2 teaspoons citronella essential oil per candle (10 ml) (5 % citronella candle) Jam jars or 8 oz. Mason jar 1 per candle.
How To Make Citronella Candles. 1 pound filtered beeswax (If you're using raw, unfiltered beeswax, here's how to filter it.) 1/2 cup coconut oil, melted. 1-2 tablespoons (1/2 – 1 ounce) citronella essential oil. Large cotton wicks with wick tabs attached for 12 ounce candles, or medium wicks for 8 ounce candles* Wick.
DIYNetwork.com shows you how to make your own citronella candles to keep mosquitoes away.
If you purchased separate candle wicks, attach one to the bottom of the jar with hot glue. Measure your beeswax into a heat-safe measuring cup or small mixing bowl. Create a double boiler. Watch and wait. Once the wax has completely melted, turn off the heat and add 3-4 drops of citronella oil to the liquid.
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Long before there were pesticides, there was citronella. We have blended pure citronella oil with our pure, raw beeswax to make a candle that you will want to .

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