Did You Know You Can Drink from the Wine Glass Candle Jars?
If you’re a fan of drinking wine and Jackpot Candles then you’re probably a fan of our Wine Glass Jewelry Ring Candles. If not, they’re something you need to know more about! Whether you have or not, I’m here to tell you the secret to why our wine candles are so great: when you buy either our Pinot Noir or Chardonnay candles you get three gifts in one!
What Comes with Our Wine Glass Jewelry Ring Candles?
When you order either the Chardonnay Wine Glass Jewelry Ring Candle or the Pinot Noir Wine Glass Jewelry Ring Candle you get THREE gifts in one!
A ring surprise worth up to $5,000 hidden inside candle
A bonus gift: Wine glass earrings
A reusable wine glass when your candle is gone
That means that you get two pieces of jewelry and a wine glass that can be used for wine drinking, for storage, or whatever you like! The Chardonnay Wine Glass Jewelry Ring Candle and the Pinot Noir Wine Glass Jewelry Ring Candle are perfect gifts for any occasion, including birthdays, Mother’s Day, or for your favorite wine-lover.
Chardonnay Wine Glass Jewelry Ring Candle
If you’re a fan of Chardonnay, then this candle is the perfect scent for your festive party next to the charcuterie board or to add a special scent to bath time.
Pinot Noir Wine Glass Jewelry Ring Candle
If Pinot Noir is more your style, don’t worry. We’ve got a candle for you, too! Light your wine glass candle for a romantic dinner or as part of a centerpiece when you’re having guests.
How to Clean Your Wine Glass
Once you’ve melted all the wax in your wine glass candle and there’s nothing left to burn it’s time to clean your glass properly so that you can start to use it for your own personal happy hour.
Warm, Soapy Water
In order to use warm, soapy water to remove waxy residue from your empty wine glass candle jar, simply wash the glass in warm, soapy water until there is no more residue left, then rinse. Since you’ll be using the glass for drinking, I say wash it one more time for good measure, and then you’re good to go!
When you use a hair dryer to remove the last of the wax from your candle you heat the bottom and sides of the glass until the wax melts enough to drain from the glass. After you use the hair dryer method to remove as much of the wax as you can, it’s a good idea to follow up with a wash in warm, soapy water.
In order to easily remove chunks of wax from your wineglass simply chill it in the freezer for several hours. Then you can chip remaining wax from the glass with a spoon. When you’re done, wash in warm, soapy water and then bring on the drinks!
(Recipe credits: New York Times’ Classic Hot Chocolate recipe by Melissa Clark; Shaken Together’s French Vanilla Hot Cocoa recipe by Melissa Riker; Tasty’s Salted Caramel Hot Chocolate recipe by Ellie Holland; Well Plated’s French Hot Chocolate recipe by Erin Clarke)
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