Candle Care

  1. Each time you light your candle, be sure to let the wax in your candle melt completely to the edges of the container (about 2 hours) before blowing it out. This will help prevent “tunneling" where only the wax in the center of the candle melts down. 
  2. For the best candle care, remember to avoid burning any candle for more than 4 hours at a time. This is a safety precaution and will make it so that your candle can be used again on multiple occasions. 
  3. Trimming the wick of your candle before you relight it is essential to keeping your candles clean and burning nicely. Always check that the wick is centered in the melted wax and regularly trim to about ¼” tall. 
  4. If you don't like the smoke of an extinguished wick, try using a wick snuffer or dipper. A snuffer is placed over the flame, whereas a wick dipper is a bent tool that makes it easy to dip a lit wick into the wax pool to extinguish the flame then pull it back up for the next lighting. 
  5. To keep dust out of your candle when it is cooled and not in use, remember to cover yours a few hours later with the lid provided.
  1. Never leave a burning candle unattended, or burn on or near anything that might catch fire, or try to move it while it is burning.
  2. Keep candles out of the reach of children and pets.
  3. Be sure to place candle on a stable, heat resistant surface before lighting. For candles in metal vessels, using a cork or stone coaster is best as they tend to get hotter than others.
  4. Keep the wax pool clear of wick trimmings and debris, including burnt matches.
  5. Avoid air drafts which can cause soothing and uneven burning, and remember to burn all candles in a well-ventilated room.
  6. As relaxing as it might be, never fall asleep to candlelight! 
  7. Be sure to extinguish and let cool a candle if the flame becomes too high or flickers repeatedly.
  8. Know when it’s time to say goodbye... we recommend stopping to use your candle once only ½” of wax remains at the bottom.