1. Bring the pot of water to a slow boil. Place a couple of candles in the second melting pot. The candles will immediately start to melt. Avoid getting any water into the pot of the melting wax.
2. Soon the wax will be melted. If there are any old burned wicks in the melting wax, remove them with a fork before continuing.
3. Pour the melted wax into the forms. Wait about a minute or 2 and then place the wick in the center of the wax. If it does not want to stand on its own, use a toothpick to hold it into place for a couple of minutes until the wax starts to hold it on its own.
Add again candles to the pot and melt them to continue.
4. Once you have made as many candles as you like, let the candles set for several hours. Then once hardened, you can easily push them out of the silicone forms and they are ready for use. Trim the wicks down to about 1/4 inch (about 7 mm).
When burning the candles, place them only on candle glass or other underground that is intended for candles. Never leave the candles unattended when they are burning.