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04 September 2007
A new type of candle from caterpillarscandles.com
Do you use candles at home? Have you ever heard of soy candles? I hadn't I until I discovered Caterpillarscandles.com.

Every June this house stocks up on candles in readiness for the monsoon rains that hit Mexico City at the end of the month. We, along with millions of others, suffer blackouts during the monsoon season which last until September.

The candles that we buy in boxes of 25 are petroleum based, and go up in price along with the cost of oil. These candles are made from the soy bean, which means that when they become popular, they should be pretty cheap. At the moment they are still fairly expensive because they are being sold as a luxury item; although you can buy Wholesale Soy Candles which should bring the price down a bit.
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