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How to make an incense burner in your kitchen or bathroom.
First, make sure your kitchen is set up properly.
You’ll need a good source of heat to cook incense, and you’ll need to get the right size burner.
If you don’t have a good burner, you can also use a burner that’s made for incense.
For this tutorial, we’re going to be using a burner made by a company called The Spice Company.
The Spice company has a large selection of incense for sale.
You’ll need:A large pot, preferably the size of a pot that’s large enough to cover the burnerYou’ll also need a pot of water.
I used water from the tap.
I like to use a pot full of water so that I can easily pour hot water over my incense to ensure that it burns evenly.
You should now have a large pot of boiling water in the bottom of your pot.
Fill it to the top with water and leave it for 10 minutes.
After 10 minutes, pour the water out and set the burner on the stovetop.
Now you’ll want to heat up the burner, but don’t worry if it takes a while.
The burner is designed to burn incense in a matter of minutes, so it’s going to take a while for it to heat back up.
The flame is going to burn at a slow pace, so you can’t rely on it to burn evenly.
After the burner is hot, place it on a paper towel to cool it down.
You want the burner to burn completely, so make sure you remove the paper towel before you place it back in the pot.
Now that you have the burner in place, put it in the oven for 10 to 15 minutes.
This will burn the incense perfectly.
Once the burner’s hot, put the paper towels in a large zip-lock bag.
Then put the bag on top of the burner.
Put the bag over the burner and leave the burner sitting in the bag for at least 10 minutes while you prepare your incense and pour it into your pot of boiled water.
Now, pour your incenses into your kitchen, so that they are evenly distributed.
You may need to add water as needed to distribute the incenses evenly.
After the incursions are evenly dispersed, you’ll likely need to heat your stovetop up again to finish the burn.
Place the burner back on the burner for another 10 to 20 minutes until the burner has burned for 10 or 15 minutes, depending on the size burner you used.
The incense should burn evenly once you’re done with your incantations.
Once you’re satisfied that the incantation was properly executed, place the burner away from the stove and leave for another 5 minutes.
Then, pour in your boiling water.
You’re almost done!
If you have a smaller burner, use a smaller pot to heat the incandescence.
Once you’ve done this, you may need a larger pot to fill it with water to finish it off.
You can now place the incensions in the bathtub.
Place your burner on a small rack so that it’s facing up and that it won’t accidentally catch fire while it’s in the water.
Place your incandescent burner on top and leave them for 5 minutes before draining the water from your burner.
You can then pour the boiling water into your bathtub to cool the incensed incense down.
The incense is ready for your family to enjoy.