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CandleScience Candle Making Pitcher
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- Holds up to 4 lbs. Of melted wax. Keep adding wax flakes as the wax melts in the pitcher to reach the full 4lb. Capacity
- 8 inch tall by 5 1/2 inch in diameter
- Aluminum construction
- Plastic handle stays cool during heating
- Made in the USA
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Our large aluminum pouring pitcher holds up to 4 lbs. Of melted wax. The plastic handle stays cool even in a double boiler. The spout makes pouring even small candles a breeze. 8 inch tall by 5 1/2 inch in diameter.
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I give it 3 stars because it does hold wax and let's it melt so technically it functions as described. I just can't rate it higher because now that I have more experience I see how silly it is to pay extra money for something so standard just because they say it's specifically for melting wax. If you're just getting started, go to your local dollar store or somewhere similar and save yourself a few bucks.
The pitcher seems reasonably well constructed, though I've only had it for a few months now. I plan to keep using it for a while and don't see any signs of how it wouldn't last; if I had to guess at the first point of failure, maybe it would be the handle falling off. But it's definitely OK now.
PS - For those who care, Candlescience sells this item on their website as well for a bit less than it is on Amazon as of the time of my writing. If you're ordering other things from them on their site anyway, it may be cheaper, even including the cost of shipping. However, if you are not and have Amazon Prime (or super saver), it's better from Amazon. They also claim on their website that it is now made in the US, whereas the pitcher I got from Amazon several months ago said "made in China." I'm assuming they will all be US-made, as Candlescience's site said, as the old inventory is run out of (or if you order directly from them).
This is easy to clean by wiping it out with a paper towel, as long as you do it while the residual concoction is still liquid. If you let it solidify, it will be difficult to clean. However, if this happens, just re-melt the contents, then pour liquid into the trash and wipe the pitcher clean. *Do NOT pour anything with wax into your sink!
I have recently purchased the 4 pound pitcher, so I hope that the handle height won't be an issue, and I can pour the melted wax into this pitcher to cool down before adding scents and color.