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01-18-2009 05:59 PM
Grimdog I've used a propane torch with a metal shield on it and then melt the p-tex on the metal shield.
01-18-2009 05:53 PM
YanTheMan I use a blow torch, I dont get any carbon.
01-18-2009 03:58 PM
Grimdog Invest in a P-Tex iron.
01-18-2009 03:52 PM
earlvb You need to burn it close to the base so that it has a clean blue flame. Start it on a metal scraper or something thin so that you can move it to the scratch w/o lifting it up. If you do move it away from the base you will get a dirty flame.
01-18-2009 01:54 PM
Malibulsv
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Originally Posted by legallyillegal View Post
You burn the p-tex until it drips clear.
took your advice and burned through all but about 1/2" of a candle today. Never did it stop dripping carbon. So any other ideas?
01-18-2009 12:01 AM
legallyillegal You burn the p-tex until it drips clear.
01-17-2009 08:08 PM
Malibulsv
Question about PTex Candles

I was wondering if those with experience have a technique to melting a P-tex candle. I have a white base and when I melt my white candle with a lighter it burns the candle and turns it a brown color. How do you melt the candle while keeping it white?

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