Normal candles are fine for the unexpected load shedding, but if there is no electric power supply for days or even weeks for some reason, you will need something bigger and more efficient like a 50 hour candle. The problem is purchasing large, long burning candles can be an expensive endeavour. And if you want to buy a dozen or so candles, it will cost you very much. The good news is you can make your own survival candles at home that will last as long for a fraction of the price. There are several traditional ways to make candles, ranging from complex to extremely simple, with each requiring a variety of supplies and ingredients. In this simple project, it is recommended to buy a case of glass jars, but alternatively you can use jars you have at home. It’s a perfect opportunity for saving the planet and reducing the cost of your emergency candles that much more.
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