As a priest, one of the tasks I find myself using a knife for is trimming candles. This requires the removal of excess wax around the edge of a pillar candle without touching the wick. Often churches had old table cutlery knives for the purpose, but they are often blunt with blades that are too long. I have used a variety of blades over the years, but again, they are not fit for purpose. I have cut myself far too often with knives doing this job. So I have been thinking about a candle trimming knife and what it would look like. Full length handle with a straight grip as the knife is held so that it is pulled around the candle towards the user. Short blade of 1.5" to 2" Thin blade as thicker blades wedge into the material and "chunk" the wax off Straight blade like a tanto or sheepsfoot. Stainless, as the blade would need to be cleaned with boiling water to remove the wax residue. Any ideas on either of the shelf or custom blades?