Ways to remove candles from moulds
This is a rather common problem that many will experience at one point or another. A simple solution to help release the candle from the mould is to simply put the candle into the freezer for 10 to 20 minutes.
The cold of the freezer helps to shrink the candle wax. Then, all you should have to do is simply gently tap the mould and the candle should come out.
If you continue to have problems releasing your candles from the moulds, then perhaps you may want to consider getting a silicon spray or another type of releasing agent. You apply these releasing agents to the inside of the mould before pouring the wax. This will help with the release of the candle, however, this method simply increases your expense.
One thing you always want to do is simply keep your moulds clean. Keeping your moulds clean will substantially help your candles release from the moulds more easily. However, when you clean your moulds, do so very gently. Any scratches on the moulds will appear in your candles.
Read the manufacturer’s directions regarding the best way to clean the mould. If no directions are provided, then contact the company you got the mould from to see if they can help you.