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12 years ago

We have a like new nonprofit store called Community Connection. We get in a lot of candles in real nice holders and cups. You would be amazed at the nice candles that we were receiving. Some of these have been burned a few times up to almost gone when brought in to us. we wasn't moving them as they were so I started turning them away. We are wondering how hard it would be and expensive to clean up all the used cups, holders ect and re pour new high grade scented candles back in to sell as new reconditioned?

We will need everything to start ranging from melting pots to instruction books. I dont even know what wick to use at this time. We are a nonprofit and money is very tight. if you would like to know more about us please go to Thank you for any help or advice you can give.

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