DIY Candle Jar Organizers! (Clean My Space)

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In our last 10 Things You Can Toss video we talked about getting rid of old candle jars and we asked if you guys wanted to see a video showing how to recycle / reuse / repurpose these candle jars into handy organizing / storage jars – so here we go!

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  1. I've been repurposing candle jars for years, I find that the microwave is much faster. I just pop it in for a minute or so, then wipe it clean with a paper towel. Depending on the type of microwave you have, you might have to remove the metal piece at the bottom (I use a knife) before you put it in you microwave.

  2. What about the wax itself? Can that be melted down and combined with other pieces of wax to make more candles? Some of these pieces of wax are still scented and can be recycled into more candles. Just seems like a waste to get rid of small pieces of scented wax. Any ideas?

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