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Redneck road kill candles offer scents of the South

Redneck candles from Sterling Candles and Scents. Redneck candles from Sterling Candles and Scents.
The candle "Armadillo on tha Hafshel" The candle "Armadillo on tha Hafshel"
CHRISTOVAL, TEXAS -

Have you ever wanted to bottle the sweet, sweet smell of cowhide? Would you like to fill your home with the aroma of armadillo? Now you can!

A Texas-based company called Sterling Candles & Scents offers ten different scents that will surely bring out the redneck in anyone.

The website states, " This here candle was made from the finest ingredients we could find that day!  Ingredients:  Well, I got a lot of stuff in this here jar.  Before you light it, just make sure nothins a movin inside.  If it is, you might auto step away from the thang."

According to the website, the candles look unusual with green, white, and brown chunks inside, but the company promises that they do smell good. 

The top seller is the "Essence of Cowhide" scent, according to their website. The candle has "a wonderful leather scent," according to the candle's description.

"Bar Ditch Delight"  is scented with a forbidden fruit fragrance, and "Fender Flowers"  has a gardenia scent, according to the website. 

Sterling Candles & Scents has been making candles and fragrances for more than nine years. 

If you would like to learn more about Redneck Road Kill Candles, click here. 

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