Cut and Clear

According to magical lore, the best time to use this oil is during a waning moon, defined as the time between the day after the full moon and the end of the waning “gibbous,” the period of time in which the visible part of the moon is smaller than that which is not visible.  As the moon decreases in size, so does the influence of that which is unwanted in the life of the user.  

Suggested use:  Anoint a small yellow vigil candle with Cut and Clear oil.  Write out a petition to your deity or deities on a small piece of paper, keeping the petition as brief as possible in order to set one clear goal for the working.  Anoint each corner of the petition paper with the oil.  Place the petition paper under the vigil candle.  As the candle burns out, put the petition paper into the flame and allow it to be consumed by fire.   
To anoint a vigil candle, make several holes in the wax of the unlit candle, about halfway between the glass container and the wick.  Pour a small amount of oil into the holes.  Burn the vigil candle as you normally would.  
If you cannot find or do not want to use a vigil candle, you can mark a regular yellow candle into seven even sections, then anoint it with the oil.  Prepare the petition as directed above, and place it underneath the candle holder.  Burn an even section of the candle each night for seven nights, pinching or snuffing out the flame rather than blowing it all the way down.  On the last night, carefully move the candle and holder to a safe place (bathtub, sink, etc.) and feed the petition into the flames, allowing it to be totally consumed.  When the candle is burned down to a stub, run the wick under water to ensure it won’t relight, and wrap up the ashes of the petition with the candle stub.  Bury the bundle respectfully.  Another option is to bury the candle stub and scatter the ashes of the petition in running water.  

Other suggested uses:  As the Cut and Clear oil has a mild, inoffensive scent, it can be used to anoint clothing and even skin (do a patch test first).  It can also be used to anoint anything that represents, or will interact with, the focus of the working.