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A double boiler setting is one of the most commonly used methods for candle makers to heat and melt their wax. A double boiler is created by placing a pouring jug (containing the wax) into another pot containing water and is designed to promote slow and even heating. It is similar to the method one would use to melt chocolate.
Candle makers use this technique because the pouring pot will not receive direct contact with the heat source and this method is much safer than others. This method helps promote a smooth, even wax pour and minimises the risk of dangerous temperatures and wax splatter. Never leave your wax to melt unattended.
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