We learned from Tibor Ávár that in the first phase, before or during the heating of the stearin, the molds have to be prepared and the wick has to be hung, this is where the diluted raw material will come from. The cooling time of stearin depends on the size: the smaller ones are ready in one hour, while the larger ones have to wait more, even a day. After cooling, the semi-finished candles are removed from the mold, cut to size and poured into the air-saturated parts: – During filling, the wax material shrinks, so the empty parts must be filled to achieve the perfect shape. However, the work is not over here, as with clothes, the ironing is still here: the unevenness of the candle body must be smoothed out. The last step in painting is to get the final look of the candle. Many people know about the specialist that for years he has been making the four candle monuments for the large Advent wreath on the Main Square in Szombathely – and in 2006 he was able to record a Guinness record: his work weighing more than two tons has also been certified. The current ones are also large: the smallest weighs eight hundred kilograms, the largest one and a half tons. Tibor Ávár plans another surprise next year: candlesticks will take on a new shape.