Use these for aromatherapy diffusers, in votive holders, to keep chafing dishes or teapots warm, and ESPECIALLY in my pure beeswax holders and lanterns -- see the Lanterns tab in my shop.
The clear holder cups look nice, show off the beautiful color of the beeswax, and do not get as hot as the metal ones. However, please do not use these on unprotected furniture or where they will be completely enclosed as damage or excessive heat may result.
My tealights are the highest quality! Most pre-purchased tealight wick assemblies are made with paper or zinc cores so the wicks will stand up. I never use these! I use only pure cotton wicks. I pre-dip the wick in beeswax first for rigidity and make the tab assembly by hand.
Burn tea light candles in one session.
Ideally it's best to burn beeswax tealight candles in one lighting, although in our tests one relighting will work. Repeatedly extinguishing and relighting tealights is not recommended.
Made of pure domestically-sourced white beeswax and all-cotton wick. The bleaching method to obtain our White Beeswax is NOT chemical, but it is a PHYSICAL method. The natural beeswax is warmed up to 100 °C and melted. Decoloration earth and coal (carbon) are added then it is filtered through a < 5 micron filter for a few times to obtain the total elimination of the coal particles. The end result is a nice white product that is still pure and chemical-free.
NEED MORE? Pay no attention to that little thingy that says whatever amount is available. Just convo me (use the "contact" button up there on the right under my picture) let me know what you need and I will make you a special listing just for you for as many candles as your heart desires! Yay!!!
Thanks for looking and have a beautiful day!
IMPORTANT NOTICE!! My family and I will be going on a big overseas vacation on the 17th of December, so I will be setting my shop on vacation around the 13th, to fulfill orders and get ready! To avoid disappointment, PLEASE order as soon as possible! We will return January 13, 2014. Thank you!