•Cleaner burn – no dark smoke (soot) •Better fragrance diffusion •Safer Burn– a longer wick creates a larger flame which can be dangerous! •Prevent mushrooming – caused by carbon build up. If you burn your candle for more than 4 hours you’ll notice mushrooming.
Trimming your candle wick is important but be sure not to trim wick too short!
Always read the candle care card packed with every candle order before lighting your candle!
Follow these tips to get the most out of your candles.
Always burn candles with in sight and NEVER leave unattended. Open flames are dangerous, candle with care.
Trim Your Wick
Always trim your wick to ¼ inch before lighting for an optimum burn. Only trim your wick when your candle is completely cooled!
Let It Burn
Always burn your candle long enough to allow melted wax to reach the edge of the container to avoid tunneling. Extinguishing your candle before the melted wax has reached the edges will create a tunnel down the middle and could result in lots of leftover wax.
Draft Free Zone
It is important to burn your candle in an area that is free from drafts, fans and wind. Any bursts of air that cause your candle flame to dance around are also causing your candle wick to draw fuel at an inconsistent rate.
Snuff It Out
Don’t blow out your candle. Blowing out a candle also creates smoke in your room, and that is never pleasant. Use the candle lid to extinguish the flame!
Allow your candles to burn for a minimum of 3 hours to create a full “melt pool”. Extinguishing your candle before the melted wax has reached the edges will create a tunnel down the middle and could result in lots of leftover wax.
Trim your wick each time before relighting. Trim burnt tip with scissors or wick trimmer. Trimming your wick regularly ensures the best, safest, and cleanest burn.
Keep lit candles away from any draft or direct air flow. Avoiding drafts will increase the burn time, prevent uneven burning, decreased scent throw and accidental fire. If your wick flame is unusually high or flickering repeatedly extinguish your candle, let it cool, trim your wick and try again. It may have caught a draft!
For your safety, discontinue burning a candle when 1/2 inch of wax remains in the container.
Always burn candle within sight and keep out of reach of children and pets