jar clinger candle

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YANKEE CANDLE CHOCOLATE MOOSE JAR CLINGER TOPPER CHRISTMAS HOLIDAY DECORATION
YANKEE CANDLE CHOCOLATE MOOSE JAR CLINGER TOPPER CHRISTMAS HOLIDAY DECORATION
$5.50 (4 Bids)
End Date: Sunday Nov-2-2014 13:59:46 PST

Yankee Candle JOLLY REINDEER Jar Clinger NEW
Yankee Candle JOLLY REINDEER Jar Clinger NEW
$9.99
End Date: Wednesday Nov-5-2014 6:43:24 PST
Buy It Now for only: $9.99

Yankee Candle Brown Metal Dragonfly Jar Clinger NWT
Yankee Candle Brown Metal Dragonfly Jar Clinger NWT
$6.50
End Date: Thursday Oct-30-2014 19:10:27 PDT
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YANKEE CANDLE BLACK CAT JAR CLINGER WITH AUTUMN GOLD SWAROVSKI CRYSTALS
YANKEE CANDLE BLACK CAT JAR CLINGER WITH AUTUMN GOLD SWAROVSKI CRYSTALS
$9.99
End Date: Saturday Nov-8-2014 16:15:26 PST
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Did You Know:
The candle is the oldest method of providing illumination. Although a ton of changes have been made to the mechanisms of candle making, there is no basic variance between a candle made in the past and one manufactured nowadays.

Even more developments in candle making occurred in 1850 with the production of paraffin wax made from oil and coal shales. Processed by distilling the residues left after crude petroleum was refined, the bluish white wax found to burn cleanly and with no unpleasant odor. Of greatest significance was its cost, paraffin wax was more economical to produce than any preceding candle fuel developed. And while paraffins low melting point may have posed a threat to its popularity, the discovery of stearic acid solved this problem. Hard and durable, stearic acid was being produced in quantity by the end of the 19th century. By this period, most candles being manufactured consisted of paraffin and stearic acid. With the introduction of the light bulb in 1879, candle making declined until the turn of the century when a renewed popularity for candles emerged.

An area of the suns surface, the size of a postage stamp, shines with the power of 1,500,000 candles one square inch of the suns surface shines as bright as 300,00 candles.

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