One of my Christmas gifts was a candle mold! Guess I'm going to try my hand at that this year. I was thinking of buying a wax melting/pouring pitcher, and wanted some advice. Brushy Mtn. has this pitcher: http://www.brushymountainbeefarm.com/2- ... info/3532/ but it is not stainless steel. First Question: Is there some reason Brushy Mtn's pitcher has this rim and spout design? Or would others work just as well? Here's a stainless water pitcher I found with a plain spout: http://www.amazon.com/Pitcher-Stainless ... 4SXRBM2082 And here is another one, but I wonder if the ice guard would clog with wax???: http://www.amazon.com/Stainless-Steel-W ... 4SXRBM2082 Second question: What is a good capacity? I have an 8-cavity, 10" taper mold. How much wax does that take? How much wax can one pour before reheating is necessary? The Brushy Mtn pitcher is 2 qt, as is the SS pitcher with the ice guard. The other SS pitcher is only 1 qt. Any advice before I purchase would be welcome!