General

We have already shown you how clean candle jars. Now we want to show you some ways to recycle those empty containers. Many of these uses can be done with candle containers that come with lids. However, if you don’t have one, simply cover any areas with plastic wrap/tin foil.

1 DIY Body Scrub Jars

You can make your body scrub by mixing 1 cup Granulated Sugar with 2 cups coconut oil. Add in lavender essential oil and pure vanilla extract. After that, you can use it to scrub your skin in the shower.

2: Create a new candle from old wax

You can then simply add all the wax to a single container, insert a wire, and create a new candle.

3 Use a new wax for a new candle

You can buy wax at any craft store. Just melt it and put it in a jar. Insert a wick to make a candle. This will cost you much less than one purchased at a specialty shop.

4 Add a tea light

You can create a visual effect that can be used indoors and outdoors by dropping a tea light in the candle jars. If you are feeling creative, you could even paint the glass using a clear container.

5 Liquor Glasses

Candle jars made from thick, beautiful glasses are often beautiful. This makes them great for drinking liquor. These jars can be collected and used to create a unique collection that will look amazing at your next dinner party.

6 Tea & Coffee holder

Keep your tea and coffee cold in a jar, and keep it out of reach.

7 The Last of the Smell Out

Do not remove the wax. Instead, place your candle (but not the element) on the stove on a warm sunny afternoon or in a cup warmer to extract the last fragrance.

8 Pens & Pencils

You can make great pencil and pen holders from empty candle jars. Place it on your desk and add your favorite writing utensils.

9 Spare Changes

Keep an empty jar near your front door and on your dresser for spare change. Each month, count your change, roll it up and take it to the bank or treat yourself!

10 Candy Jars

You can fill a few jars by adding your favorite candy.

11 Toothbrush & Toothpaste Holder

Taller jars work well as holders for toothpaste and toothbrushes. Plus, you can refill it every so often with water and vinegar to give your toothbrush a thorough clean!

12 Planters

For small succulents and cactus, you can use a jar to plant them. It will provide a home and look great placed on a window sill, table, or another surface.

13 Lip Balms for Hold

Are you a lip-balm-aholic? Are you addicted to lip balms? Use a jar for all your balms and keep them in your bathroom.

14 Hot Chocolate Gifts

It is not necessary to leave empty candle containers out. You can use it to gift hot chocolate powder with mini marshmallows and cookie dough ingredients. Use a piece of twine to tie the lid on a jar that doesn’t have a cover.

15 Hair Elastics

A million hair elastics are a common occurrence among hair-bun-toning men and women. These jars can be used to store all the elastics in every drawer in your house. They will be easy to find again by storing them in one or two containers.

16 Toiletries

Your bathroom counter and medicine cabinet are a mess. It’s time to organize it quickly and make it look official. You can designate a jar that you use for cotton swabs and cotton pads, as well as a jar that you use for cotton balls or cotton balls. One jar is for your manicuring supplies like scissors, nail clippers, and

17 Air Freshener

To make your homemade air freshener, fill a candle jar three-quarters full with baking soda and then add 5-10 drops of essential oil. This will make your room smell fresh for up to a week. You can then shake the jar and add more essential oil.

 

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