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  • Minimalist Spotlight - Wholesale Candle Warehouse
  • Tracy Freese
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Minimalist Spotlight - Wholesale Candle Warehouse
50 Hour Bulk Liquid Fuel Candles
Today we spotlight a multifaceted company supplying a very popular household and commercial product - candles. Wholesale Candle Warehouse is a leader in affordable bulk paraffin candles. From weddings to churches to restaurants, candles are used regularly and taken for granted. Through Wholesale Candle Warehouse, customers can simplify their ordering frequency given the large amount of candles per shipment. Many satisfied customers site the site's specialty, un-scented, compression molded paraffin wax candles, as the reason they keep coming back for more!
We achieve our quality benchmark by compression molding, not liquid pouring. Our candles are compression molded to remove any air pockets, and then 'over-dipped', which results in a clean, smooth, glossy finish. They're safe, non-toxic, and incredibly dense (very heavy!) but this results in a very beautiful and clean burning candle. For most of our candles, they come in white, ivory, and vanilla. Our focus is simplicity. We have a finite product listing, because we're very good at making quality candles.
In this post I wanted to highlight a specific candle model, the 50 Hour Liquid Paraffin Emergency Candle. I know Home of Wealth has a large following of Doomsday Preppers and Survivalists so I felt this set of candles was perfect for anyone's panic room or storm shelter. Priced at only $89 for a set of 48 customers can light and heat a room for days. The best feature is that these candles (pictured above) self-extinguished and burn completely away leaving only the plastic jar. This candle's lamp fuel is classified as not toxic and non-flammable. It is in the same non-flammable category as vegetable oil: NFPA Class IIIB combustible liquid. D.O.T. regulations rate it non-hazardous. I would definitely put this candle on any emergency preparation list.
  • Tracy Freese
  • entrepreneurminimalist lifestyleminimalist livingsimpletimeless