Cooltower Candles Represent the Destruction Process of Power Plants

By: Gil Haddi - Published: May 21, 2013 • References: & coolthings
Coming in little canisters with nuclear warning labels plastered all over them, the Cooltower Candles are a cute way to reenact a miniature nuclear meltdown.

Created by Maykel Roovers, a man with a dangerous nuclear fascination, the candles are shaped like little power plants with wide bases and smoke stacks with burning wicks. Light one and within 18 hours, you will have a full meltdown on your hands as the candle collapses and demolishes itself over time. Anyone who likes decor elements that are surprisingly different -- and potentially dangerous -- will like this collection of hazardous-looking candles.

The quirky Cooltower Candles come in seven different color choices such as black, green, blue and pink and are made out of paraffin wax. Stats for Nuclear Meltdown Votives Trending: Older & Mild
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