Magic Kitchen Ingredient Make Your Candle Scented With This Material

by Alberta Brown

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For some city community, power outage or power off is a very tedious thing, because most of the needs and equipment use electricity. Especially if the outages occur at night, then it is ensured the room will be pitch dark. Lighting can actually be replaced by a charge light that is filled when the power is lit or generally we use candles.

1. Orange Peel

By the presence of citrus fruits at home Why we don't try to make candles using orange peel. In addition to the replacement of illumination when the light goes out, the wax from the orange peel can also be fruit as decoration of the room when we dinner for example,

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The ingredients for making candles with orange peel are also very easy. Only by using oranges and olive oil. Here are the steps to take.

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What it takes:

  • Orange
  • Knife
  • Canola oil, vegetable oil, or olive oil
  • Candles/Cotton

How to make:

  • Cut the orange into two parts.
  • Carve the fruit with a circular motion by using a knife plus remove its contents (to eat). Be careful not to get the stem in the orange cut.
  • After the net, fill 3/4 inside the orange peel with oil.
  • Let the oil sink about 45 minutes. After 45 minutes, use the wax purifier to turn on the orange by immediately turning on the inside of the stem. You need to heat the trunk for 2-3 minutes.

2. Lemon Rosemary

Another natural air freshener that you can make yourself is Lemon-Rosemary. Using the rest of the lemon at home, you can refresh the air in the room quickly and easily.

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What it takes:

  • Small pot
  • Water
  • Rosemary leaves
  • Lemon slices (plus lime juice)
  • Vanilla

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How to make:

  • Fill a small pot with water.
  • Add the sliced lemon (you can add some slice lemon juice if you want) and a few stalks of Rosemary's leaves into the water mixture and some leaf stalks.
  • Add 1/2 teaspoons of vanilla.
  • Bring to a boil with low temperature until the smell of fresh aroma.

3. Cinnamon

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Cinnamon is usually added to the coffee to produce a strong aroma. However, it isn't the only benefit. Cinnamon Fragrance also can be used to make natural room fragrances for your home.

What it takes:

  • Pillar candle with a minimum diameter of 3 inches
  • Cinnamon sticks
  • Flower Scissors
  • Glue shoot
  • Plate

How to make:

  • Measure the wax height and cut the cinnamon sticks according to the wax height using flower scissors. You need about 20 rods per candle.
  • Cinnamon glue around the candle vertically. Minimize the heat of glue temperature to avoid melting wax.
  • Do this repeatedly until the entire candle is covered.
  • Place the finished candle on the plate.

4. Baking Soda

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If you don't have fruits, gels or cinnamon sticks, you can use your best friends in the kitchen: baking soda. Not only eliminate the smell of musty in the refrigerator, baking soda also can do the same for the room in your home.

What it takes:

  • 1/2 cups baking soda.
  • Essential oils/scented oils as desired.
  • Jars
  • Needle
  • Scrap paper
  • Scissors & Pen

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How to make:

  • Trace the inner lid of the jar on the scrap paper.
  • Cut the paper that has been chopped, then make a hole with the needle so that the scent can come out.
  • Pour 1/2 cups of baking soda into the jar plus add 8-10 drops of essential oil/fragrance oils.
  • Place the scrap paper inside the jar.
  • Gently stir the mixture to smell fragrant.

5. Coffee Beans

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Coffee is usually enjoyed by brewed. In addition to its steady taste, coffee is also well-known for its soothing aroma. The usual traditional way to relax, the aroma as a fragrance is to use roasted coffee bean that is placed on a small plate, then placed at the room table. However, this room freshener can help you make coffee scented candles.

What it takes:

  • Stone Textured Spray Paint
  • Glass/Vase
  • Wax or wax
  • Coffee beans (to make it simpler you can use powdered coffee. The goal is to taste, if your glass glasses are large, the coffee should be a lot)
  • Axis
  • Cup

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How to make:

  • Start by spraying the glass container/vase with a spray paint evenly. Give the mat a newspaper to paint not to touch other objects
  • Then input the wax piece in the saucer and melt the candle in the microwave for approximately 30 seconds.
  • If you use coffee beans, then you need to grind them first.
  • Place the wick and take a little melted candle, pour it into the glass container/vase. If it is already dry, sprinkle the coffee powder on it. Do it alternately until it's almost full.
  • Let stand 1-2 hours until really solid and wax coffee is ready to be turned on and enjoyed. This candle can be used for you who don't like to drink coffee but love the aroma of quiet coffee.

Not only the house is clean, but also the smells fragrant and fun is everyone's dream. If air fresheners on the market can't satisfy you, Now you can make your own air freshener with easy-to-find kitchen ingredients

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    my bioAlberta Brown. My first interest is photography, cooking, sports, and the travel and lifestyle elements of those endeavors followed in suit. I am fascinated with capturing subtle moments within broader experiences. I think that there is a simple magic in portraying the current emotions of subject or encompassing the sheer magnitude of a landscape within a single frame.