White candles have a reputation for being hard to clean, but that can be partly due to the use of wax.
The most common way to clean white candles is by wiping them down with a damp cloth.
If you want to avoid this, you can also wipe them with a cotton pad.
This is especially useful if you’re working with a small amount of white candle wax or if you have allergies.
There are a few ways to wash white candles before and after use, and there are different ways of cleaning white candles.
Cleaning white candles up to five times The easiest way to wash a white candle is to wash it five times, then wipe it down with cotton wool.
This will remove any excess wax, but you can use any clean cloth to wipe it up.
If the wax is still visible, it can be scrubbed with a dry cloth.
Wash your hands well and don’t allow any excess residue to get on your clothing or on your shoes.
If there are any lint, take a small piece of cotton wool to clean it up and then wipe the cloth down with.