Our Candle Care Guide
- Before each candle use, trim the wick at least ¼ inch. It will prevent dripping, uneven burning or flaring.
- Keep the wax pool free of debris or wick trimmings that may have fallen in.
- The candle should be placed on a solid and heat-resistant surface to prevent possible heat damage to surfaces.
- To avoid uneven burning and excessive dripping, keep the candle away from vents and air currents and avoid drafts.
- It is best advised not to burn your candle for more than 4 hours per use.
- A burning candle should never be left unattended or in use while sleeping. Please extinguish all candles before exiting a room or before sleeping.
- A burning candle should not be touched or moved while the wax is still liquified.
- Avoid burning your candle completely to the bottom.
- When using multiple candles, you want to ensure that they do not melt one another. Space each candle out with a minimum of 3 inches in between.
- If you notice that the candle flame is too high or flickering consistently, extinguish it. Allow the candle to cool down, and then trim the wick.
- Avoid burning your candle around or near anything that could catch fire, such as furniture, bedding, curtains, decor, newspapers, etc.
- Place your candle out of the reach of children and pets. Avoid putting it in places where somebody can easily knock it over.
- Never use water to extinguish a candle. With this comes the possibility of the hot wax splattering and the candle jar shattering.
- Please ensure your candle is completely out before exiting a room.
- Avoid touching the candle until it cools, as it can burn your hand.