Never leave candles unattended and always place away from children and pets. Always place candles and melt burners on a heat-resistant level and stable surface.
When you light your candle for the first time, light it for a minimum of three hours, this will let the wax melt as far to the edges as possible to help an even burn and release maximum scent throw aroma.
The wicks used are cotton wicks which feature braided paper fibers to enhance the rigidity of the material, they tend to curl slightly as they burn. Always trim the wick to ¼ inch with a wick trimmer before lighting each time to maintain optimum performance and clean burn.
Maximum Session Burn Time
Never burn a candle for longer than four hours at a time. This can cause the flame to get to large, and soot to be released.
Putting Candles Out
Blowing out a candle is not recommended as the wick may continue to glow and emit smoke, always use a snuffer or a spoon to distinguish.
To ensure your candles are kept in optimum condition, keep them out of direct sunlight to prevent discoloration, always store in a cool, dark place.
Always discontinue use of a candle when there is ½ inch of wax left at the bottom, to prevent possible heat damage to a surface or container. To repurpose glass, simply clean out remainder wax with warm soapy water and use as stationary holder or posy vase.