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Candle Care
 

  • The first time you burn your candle you will need to make sure you've let the wax melt to the edge of the container. This can take approximately 3-4 hours.

  • The wax pool you get the first time you burn your candle will be the wax pool you get every time you burn your candle, it creates a memory. Its therefore very important to get the first burn right otherwise this can cause tunnelling and affect the look of your candle!

  • Also, a larger wax pool gives you a better scent throw to get the best fragrance from your candle.

  • Each time you burn your candle ensure you trim the wick to around 4-5mm.

  • We recommend you don't burn your candle for more than 4 hours at a time as this can create carbon deposits on the wick which can cause smoking.

  • Light your candle away from draughts and place on a heat safe surface.

  • ALWAYS keep candles away from pets and children. Hot wax can cause burns

  • Do not move a candle once its burning.

  • Never burn a candle down to the surface of the container.

  • NEVER leave any candle burning unattended especially if it contains dried flowers, herbs or other decorative items as it can catch fire. Always carefully move these away from the burning wick.

  • The container can be washed out and reused or recycled.

  • Some of our candles may have warning labels on them in relation only to the fragrance used.

  • Allergen data sheets are available on request

  • CLP COMPLIANT - Always read the CLP label on the bottom of the candle

  • Frosting/blooming - Crystallisation is a natural reaction of Soy Wax and will not affect the burning or scent throw of a candle.

  • Do not eat! In the unlikely event a  fragranced candle is ingested seek Medical advice IMMEDIATELY. See warning labels on the base of the candle 

  • KNOW WHEN TO STOP USING YOUR CANDLE  We never like to see the end of our favourite candle, but once your candle wax is 1cm from the bottom of the container you should STOP using it.  Failure to do this could result in the container cracking or smashing  (if the container is glass) resulting in injury or fire!

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