Candle Care

General Candle Care
It is important to take proper care of your candles to ensure that they burn safely and efficiently. 
    1. Before lighting your candle, trim the wick to ¼ inch. This will help the candle to burn evenly and prevent the flame from getting too large.
    2. Our candle should be burned for at least 2 hours the first time until the wax melts the entire surface. This will prevent tunneling and will ensure you get an even burn for the candle's life.
    3. Keep candles away from anything that can catch fire, such as curtains, papers, or furniture.

    4. Place candles on a stable and heat-resistant surface that is out of reach of children and pets.

    5. Keep the wick trimmed to ¼ inch every burn to prevent the flame from getting too large.

    6. Avoid burning candles in drafts, as this can cause the flame to flicker and burn unevenly.

    7. Do not touch or move a burning candle, as the wax and container can become hot and cause burns.

    8. Do not burn candles all the way down to the bottom of the container, as the heat can damage the surface underneath.

    9. Use a candle snuffer or a metal lid to extinguish the flame instead of blowing it out, as blowing can cause the hot wax to splash and create smoke.

    10. Do not use water to extinguish a candle, as it can cause the hot wax to splatter and create a fire hazard.

    11. Store your candles in a cool, dry place away from direct sunlight. This will help to prevent them from melting or losing their scent.


For decorative candles

Our decorative candles are primarily intended for decoration purposes, but if you do decide to light them, please note that the burn time may vary due to their irregular shapes and sizes. 

  1. Follow similar instruction above.
  2. You need to remove tag, label and any decorations before lightning.
  3. It is important to burn the candle on a level, fire resistant surface that will collect any wax as spilling is expected.
  4. Do not burn decorative candles for more than 2 hours.