Proops Set of 2 Candle Moulds, Number 0-9 Candle Birthday Mould & Tray with 4 Shapes Candle Mould (S7586). Free UK Postage

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Here we have another great set from Proops Brothers Ltd.

Made and designed by our parent company Linic Plastics Ltd here in Fleckney, Leicestershire.

Made of rigid plastic.

0-9 number candle mould trays:
- Each number measures about 45mm x 30mm plus a place to put a cocktail stick or the like.
- You can see a place to put a cocktail stick or the like.

Tray with 4 different shapes:
- Heart Shaped- width (biggest part) is 67mm. Bottom tip to top tip is 61mm. Depth 30mm.
- Flower Shaped- depth 30mm, width 75mm, ridge to ridge 19mm.
- Ridged Dome- diameter 71mm, ridge to ridge 7mm, depth 30mm.
- Star shaped- width 59mm, ridge to ridge is 23mm, depth is 30mm.

A step by step guide on how to use the number mould tray:
1). Start by using a bit of mould release spray or olive oil spray in each of the number moulds.
2). Secondly place a cocktail stick in each of the allotted slots below the number.
3).Then place a bit of blu tack at the bottom of the number where the mould meets the cocktail stick to make sure the wax does not leak.
4). Using approximately 30mm of wick, place the wick in the mould, making sure it touches the top of the gap above the number/letter.
5). Put some more blu tack at the top of the number to ensure the wax does not leak through to the top of the wick.
6). Pour in your wax and leave your candle to set.
7). Once your candles have set, remove both pieces of blue tac and carefully remove each mould starting from the bottom of the cocktail stick where there is an area to prise with your finger. Or alternatively, you can gently turn the tray over for those moulds that may be more difficult to release, but please be careful not to break them.

Here’s a few tips to get a good finish:

remember not to pour in your wax too hot ... pour wax in slowly , use a bit of blue tack to cover any holes or seals this keeps the wick still and stops any extra wax escaping;

you can get mould release spray from craft shops, this is good to coat the mould before you use it, but you can also use a bit of olive oil spray too. We hope this helps!

Check out our other listings for a wide range of candle moulds we have to offer all made here in Fleckney, Leicestershire.

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