Buying candle wax

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Steps to getting value for money

As a frugalist it's important to me that I get good value for money. This applies in all areas of my life including my crafting hobbies. I recently decided to make some teacup candles to give as Xmas presents. I had all the teacups but needed the candle wax and wicks in order to complete my gifts. Here are the steps I took to ensure I got the best value for money on my product.....
1=  know the exact type of wax you want to use and type in keywords when searching for your wax. For example do you want soya wax or beeswax ? Do you want scented wax or unsented wax ? Do you want a specific coloured wax ? I wanted white soya secented candle wax so this is what I put into the search bar.
2= How much are you willing to pay for your product? On the left hand sidebar there are various options you can use to narrow down your search. One of which is the price you are willing to go to.
3= Could you save money on postage ? Again using the appropriate option in the left hand side bar see if there are any sellers local to you. If you manage to find a local seller contact them and ask if they are willing to allow free collection in person. This could save you a few pounds.

So now you have found the correct product at the right price. What do you do next ?

4= It is important to make sure the person you are buying from is a good reliable seller. Before buying from anyone always check their profile. Do they have a good amount of sales under their belt ? What are there feedback scores like ?

5= Check out previous buyers reviews particularly any that are for the same product you are about to buy. This will give you plenty of information about the seller and the product.

6= Finally sit back and wait for your product to be delivered (or free collection) safe in the knowledge you will be getting a good quality product and a good service from the seller.

Disclosure= In return for writing this eBay guide I will be receiving a £10 Argos card.
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