Freehandpainting: Paint or write directly with the liner on the candle. The liquid wax bonds to the candle during drying. Of course the Candle Liner can also be applied with a brush.
Window Color method: Simply place the desired design underneath a piece of film and trace with the Candle Liner. Leave the outlines to dry briefly before colouring them in. After 4-5 hours drying time the design can be removed from the film and stuck to the candle using Candle Liner Glue.
Wax wrappers with stencils: Select a stencil and place it on the clear film, fix with masking tape recommended) or with Marabu Fix it Fixing Spray. Spread Candle Liner across the design using a paint knife. Remove the stencil and leave the design to dry. After drying the design is completely covered with a second colour to create the coloured background. Leave to dry again and remove the painted sheet to reveal the reverse side. Now the home-made wax sheet can be cut to size and stuck to the candle using Candle Liner Glue. Note: The side adhering to the film will be the front when the design is finished.
Painting with paint tips
Simply screw the Marabu paint tips onto the Window Color bottle with a little pressure. They are available in the sizes 0.3-0.9 mm and allow delicate painting.
Suitable films for Candle Liner
Why does the Marabu Candle Liner not separate from the film?
The film might not be suitable for use with the Marabu Candle Liner. Ideal materials are plastic films made of polyethylene (PE) or polypropylene (PP), e.g. the special Marabu painting films or plastic pockets. Polyvinylchloride (PVC) films are not suitable. It is recommended to test removability on a small patch before painting large designs with Marabu Candle Liner.Drying time for Candle Liner
How long does the Candle Liner need to dry?
Marabu Candle Liner has to dry for approx. 4-5 hours.