Candle Care Tips
- Burn candle within sight
- Keep out of the reach of children and pets
- Never burn a candle on or near anything that can catch fire
- Remove all packaging before burning
- Place on temperature safe surface
- Keep away from drafts. Keep the wax pool free of debris.
- To avoid overheating and sooting, keep wick centered and trimmed to 1/4 “ at all times.
- Do not burn more than 4 hours at a time
- Discontinue use when ¼ “ of wax remains
If your candle is not releasing a strong fragrance:
Move your candle to another location to avoid drafts from vents or fans.
Single wick candles are meant to be used in smaller rooms to enhance fragrance performance. Double or Triple Wick candles work best in larger rooms.
To avoid a crack in your candle:
Make sure your wicks are trimmed to ¼”
Make sure your wicks are centered.
Do not exceed the recommended burn time of 3-4 hours.
Avoid drafts as they can cause wicks to veer off center, which can lead to glass overheating
Discontinue use if wick clips are exposed or if there is only ¼ of wax left in your candle vessel
Tunneling is more apparent in the initial burn of the candle. Please burn your candle 2-3times an make sure each burn time is in increments of 3-4 hours to allow wax to pool around the edges of the candle.
If tunneling is still apparent, proceed to burn in 3-4 hours until the candle self corrects.
Try wrapping tin foil around the candle and letting it burn for 1-2 hours.
If you ever experience soot
Make sure you trim your wicks and keep them trimmed regularly
If you're still experiencing excess sooting, please trim your wick to ⅛ “.
- Please ensure that your candle is not being burned near a vent or fan.
- Make sure you are not burning your candle longer than the recommended time of 3-4hours.
If your experience is soot and any further use, contact us.
- Tip: To help prevent soot, keep candles out of drafts, ex: ceiling fans, A/C Vents, open windows, etc.
- Tip: Always burn your candles within sight
- Tip: To avoid glass cracking, do not burn the last ¼ - ½ “ of wax in the jar. An exposed wick clip is a great indicator to extinguish your flame.
- Tip: Never extinguish a candle flame with the lid. The trapped smoke permeates the melted wax and changes the entire fragrance profile of the scent.
- Tip: For optimum performance and to avoid tunneling allow wax pool to form from edge to edge. And burn for 3-4hours. The first burn is the most important, we call this the burn memory