What is the candle holder used for Kwanzaa celebrations called?

Answer The candle used during the Kwanzaa celebration is called a Kinara--pronounced kEEnara. The Kinara holds seven candles, three red on the left, three green on the right, and a single black candle in ... Read More »

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What is the kwanzaa candle holder called?

The Kwanzaa candle holder is called a Kinara. It must have a place for seven candles, representing the seven principles of Kwanzaa. Three red candles go on the left, three green on the right, and a... Read More »

How can I remove dried candle wax from a glass votive candle holder?

Easy. Just run some hot water in a sink or bowl and soak for about 10 minutes or so. The wax will soften and slide right off. It should be solid enough to pick out of the water. Avoid letting it... Read More »

How do I remove candle wax from a glass candle holder?

Freeze ItPlace your candle holder in the freezer for 30 to 60 minutes to allow the wax to freeze and harden. Remove the candle holder from the freezer and pull on the wick (if still intact) or pull... Read More »

What is a Kwanzaa candelabra called?

The candelabra used in the seven-day festival of Kwanzaa is called a "kinara." The kinara holds seven candles to represent the Seven Principles of Kwanzaa: unity, self-determination, collective wor... Read More »