Crystal candle holders reflect the light of the candles, adding to the ambience of a room. When candle wax drips or spills onto a crystal candle holder, you must use care when removing the candle wax. Crystal breaks easily when exposed to extreme changes in temperature and can chip or crack, as well. Remove candle wax on crystal candle holders promptly, rather than allowing it to build up.
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Things you need
- 13-by-9-inch baking pan
- Paper towels
- Plastic spatula
- Mild liquid hand dishwashing detergent
- Soft cleaning cloth
- Lint-free cloth
Set a 13-by-9-inch baking pan on the counter, and place a layer of a few paper towels in the bottom of the baking pan to provide a cushion between the pan and the crystal candle holders.
Set the baking pan with the crystal candle holders in the freezer for 10 minutes so the wax can harden.
Remove the baking pan from the freezer. Peel the wax from the crystal candle holders by placing the tip of the plastic spatula underneath the edge of the wax, then use your fingers to lift and pull the wax away from the candle holder.
Allow the crystal candle holders to warm to room temperature. Fill the sink with warm water and a few drops of mild liquid hand dishwashing detergent. Wash the crystal with a soft cloth and the soapy water.
Rinse the crystal candle holders with warm water and dry with a lint-free cloth. Set the crystal on a clean towel to air dry completely.
Tips and warnings
- Avoid placing crystal candle holders that are cold from the freezer into warm water for washing as the crystal can crack or break.
- Use only soft cloths and mild cleaners with crystal; abrasive cleaners and cleaning tools scratch crystal.
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