Colonial Candle Maker?

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A colonial candle maker does a long and step-by-step process of making candles. Colonial taper candles were the most popular candles during the colonial time. It is available in different varieties.
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well duh isn't it ovbious? they made candles.
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1. Use paraffin wax. Colonists traditionally used tallow, rendered from animal fat, but this is hard to come by these days. It also smokes, sputters, burns badly and smells. It's
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I am sorry I could not find how much they made but candle
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MAKE CANDLES!!!! duh!
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