We provide a variety of wholesale empty candle jars, square glass jars, round candle jars, clear glass containers, colored candle jars, etc. These empty candle jars are reusable and they can be used in bathrooms, bedrooms, kitchens, offices, etc.
Our empty candle jars are made of thickened glass, which is heat-resistant, shatterproof, explosion-proof, lead-free and non-toxic. These glass jars are safer, healthier, and reusable than plastic jars. We also offer lids to ensure a good airtight seal, prevent exposure to air, and preserve fragrance.
Candle jars with lids are not only useful for making candles, they are also great for storing dry kitchen staples like spices, herbs, beans, coffee, candies, and more.
How to Make Candles in Empty Glass Jars
The easiest way to make a candle is to insert a votive candle or tea light candle inside an empty glass jar.
Another method is to place a new wick, melt the candle wax, add scent, and then pour the new candle.
Cleaning up candle residue is a messy and arduous task that involves dripping wax and dangerously hot glass jars.
How to Clean Glass Candle Jars
Once the candle has burned to 1/4 inch, place the container in the refrigerator for a few hours before removing the candle to ensure the wax is frozen. When the candle remnants are completely frozen, flip the jar over in the air and tap the bottom firmly with your open palm. This way the wax will come off cleanly in one big piece.
To remove stubborn stains and labels from glass candle jars, try soaking the jars in soapy warm water. Do not use the dishwasher to clean candle jars, as this may peel off the colorful coating and decorations on the glass containers, effectively destroying the original design.
Remove wax from candles in candle jars and clean the containers, giving candle containers a second life by storing everyday items or decorating your home.
Empty Candle Jars Using
Tall empty candle jars are perfect for storing makeup brushes, pens, pencils, paintbrushes, scissors and more.
Empty glass candle jars can be used as toothbrush cups to keep your toothbrush and toothpaste within easy reach.
Candle containers with lids are the perfect place to store paper clips and rubber bands in style.
Empty glass candle containers can be used as glass vases. Create a hanging plant terrarium with small rocks, soil, and a layer of moss inside a wide-mouth candle container. Tuck air plants into any size candle jar.