Dec 6, 2021

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every. single. night. (just replace chopstick with wooden skewer or back of matchstick)





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4 comments:

  1. For most of that time, people used oil lamps, which are not at all hard to clean out. Just use tweezers to take out the wicks, and maybe a towel to wipe up the oil.

    Paraffin is a lot harder to clean. But relevantly recent in usage.

    I have gone over to oil not only for Chanukkah but also Shabbos. Makes much less of a mess.

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  2. Boiling water just washes wax away.

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    1. true but do you really clean it like this on a daily basis? we do this at the end of Chanukah, but not during...

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    2. Careful, use the hot water only for the residual wax.
      If used for larger chunks, when it goes down the drain and re-solidifies inside the drain pipes, it could mess up your plumbing.

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