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It’s no secret that candles can cost you a pretty penny these days. So, did you know you could make a simple oil lamp with just two common household items?! Watch this video to learn how to make an oil lamp that burns for 6-8 hours, with just one whole orange and some olive oil. Yes, 6-8 hours! Wow!! The stem of the orange acts as the wick, and an added bonus is that you get a lasting organic citrus-y smell. Yum!! No electricity needed, and fun to make.

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WOW, I Had No Idea You Could Do This With An Orange! Truly Amazing!


It’s no secret that candles can cost you a pretty penny these days. So, did you know you could make a simple oil lamp with just two common household items?! Watch this video to learn how to make an oil lamp that burns for 6-8 hours, with just one whole orange and some olive oil. Yes, 6-8 hours! Wow!! The stem of the orange acts as the wick, and an added bonus is that you get a lasting organic citrus-y smell. Yum!! No electricity needed, and fun to make.
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WOW, I Had No Idea You Could Do This With An Orange! Truly Amazing!


It’s no secret that candles can cost you a pretty penny these days. So, did you know you could make a simple oil lamp with just two common household items?! Watch this video to learn how to make an oil lamp that burns for 6-8 hours, with just one whole orange and some olive oil. Yes, 6-8 hours! Wow!! The stem of the orange acts as the wick, and an added bonus is that you get a lasting organic citrus-y smell. Yum!! No electricity needed, and fun to make.
Is this something you’d try to make yourself? Please SHARE this video!
via - http://blog.petflow.com
- See more at: http://www.trulymind.com/wow-i-had-no-idea-you-could-do-this-with-an-orange-truly-amazing-2/#sthash.iOMEqv1O.dpuf

via - http://blog.petflow.com