Refill My Candles
Eco-Friendly Natural Luxury scented
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Refill My Candles

Candle Making the Simple Way!

Refill My Candles has developed a simple way for you to re-kindle your candle jars and containers into beautiful Luxury Natural 100% Soy Wax scented candles in just a few minutes.

Put your used candle containers to new use.  You will achieve professional results, using the finest quality ingredients. Our candle kits create natural, eco-friendly, paraben-free, cruelty-free, scented candles which burn for 60+ hrs per 250ml candle.

Enjoy creating your own Natural Premium Scented Candles for a fraction of the price, helping the planet and your purse.

Refill My Candles has trialled and tested the various wicks, wax, and fragrance oils to bring you the best combination that works together beautifully.  We have simplified the complex procedure of making a candle and with our kits its possible for everyone to create amazing natural candles. We’re changing up the world of candles, and it’s the right time for you to jump on this hype train.

Benefits of Refill My Candle

  • Non toxic – We love the environment! All our candle making kit ingredients burn clean and produce almost no soot.
  • Organic Woodwicks – Our double wood wicks are organically grown, burn evenly and give a strong flame with zero wasted wax!
  • Soy For Life –Eco Friendly/Biodegradable.  We go for natural soy wax instead of the mainstream paraffin wax. Ours burns three times longer.
  • Amazing Scents – Paraben Free/Perfumer Speciality Blended Range.    Fragrances are something we hold very close to our hearts. Our range of scents will definitely surprise you with their amazing blend of aromas as well as the superb scent throw for the whole the life of the candle.
  • Affordable – We’re the only candle making business that wont make you go broke! With our candle making supplies, you will be able to support this affordably.
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Everything you need is in our candle-making kit with simple to follow instructions to recreate and rekindle your candle containers into luxury professional scented Eco Friendly candles in just a few minutes.

 

Why I Created Refill My Candles?

My love of candles started many years ago, as I enjoyed the soft, warm glow and relaxed atmosphere they created.  I had so many; my brother even joked “where is the confessional box!”

As the selection and price of luxury candles increased, so did my collection! I was reluctant to throw the beautiful containers away, and this is where my research and development for Refill My Candles began. I was determined to simplify the candle crafting process and give you a choice in recreating beautiful luxury candles for a fraction of the price.

Hopefully, with this venture, I’m able to spread the love for candle-making that has influenced my life for such a long time.

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Mr. W. Brandon

“Everything supplied was of a great quality and so easy to use with the supplied instructions. It was actually bought as a gift but the wife and I decided to use it ourselves (she loves candles). The scents were beautiful and very aromatic and the whole experience was fun. And believe me, a lot cheaper than some of the candles my wife buys. Win, win for me…:-)”

Ellis Coomber

“Really easy to use and found all the tools really handy to get started on making our own candles. Great little kit to help refill some lovely used candle jars I had. Better for the enviroment and a fun and easy little project for lockdown!”

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C O'Keefe

“Had a lovely big candle holder to refill and this was perfect. Absolutely love it smells beautiful. Lovely starter kit for candle enthusiasts. The scented oil smells great.”

Step 1: Measure

The first step is to measure the dimensions of the container you’re going to make the candle in. You need two metrics; the diameter of the container and its volume. If you don’t have a measuring container, you can use the measuring jug in the candle-making kit.

Step 2: Do Some Math

The next step is to understand the quantity of wax required. For this, you can multiply the volume of the container by 0.77. The result will be the grams of wax flakes you need to fill out the container. If you don’t want to go through the hassle of finding a calculator, we tucked in a neat little chart in the box that does the math for you.

Step 3: Cook the Wax

Now that you have the right amount of wax ready put the container in the microwave at full heat for four minutes or until the wax has a lovely golden-brown color. Once ready, place your wood wick into the center of your container.

Step 4: Add the Scents

This is where you make your candles extra special! Pour in your scent and stir the wax for a few minutes allowing the fragrance to set in completely. If you don’t stir, the candle won’t have a consistent smell throughout its life.

Step 5: Let it Sit

At this point, you have to pour hot wax between the wick and the edge of the container. Then, leave the container as it is for a bit and give it enough time to cool off. You can leave the candle there overnight for a good finish.

Step 6: Fire it Up

Now that your candle is ready, cut the wick about a centimeter above the candle top. It’s recommended to light it up a few times to make sure the wax can travel up the wick. The first time you light the candle, you should let it sit there for at least 2 hours, so the wax has a chance to melt from edge to edge. Doing so will ensure that you can get a good burn throughout the life of the candle.

And that is it! You’ve created the perfect candle that not only smells and looks good, but it also burns amazingly well for such a long time!

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