Most candles today are made of paraffin wax and can be used around the house for quick fixes such as unsticking a drawer. Click through our photo gallery to see how you can put your candles to unusual uses.
From: Extraordinary Uses for Ordinary Things, RD Australia
Did You Know?
When beeswax candles were invented in the Middle Ages, few could afford them.
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