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CANDLE CARE & SAFETY
Here are a few helpful tips to assist you and your family to enjoy your new candle.
Keep your candles in a cool, dark, & dry place. If you have a cover, replace it after your candle wax has solidified. Avoid placing a candle in areas with exposed sunlight or harsh indoor lighting. Candle colors may fade/discolor if left in bright light for an extended amount of time.
When lighting your products for the first time, burn until the wax melts (melt pool) to the sides of the vessel. This prevents tunneling & allows the candle to create an even burn for the life of the candle. It may take 3 to 4 hours to achieve a full melt pool. If you do not have a snuffer, dip your wick back into the wax to avoid excessive smoking.
Trim your wick before each burn. Promote an even burn, steady flame and limit sooting or mushrooming of the wick. Failure to burn within recommended time will result in overheating and may cause damage to the candle vessel. Sooting can appear with candles that have burned longer than the 3-4 hour timeframe
Keep the candle wax free of wick trims, matches, or other debris at all times. Never leave a burning candle on or near anything that can catch fire, such as: Furniture, drapes, books, paper, and other flammable material
Attempt to burn your product for at least 30 minutes with no open doors or windows during the first burn. This will enhance your scent throw and allow enjoying your candle for as long as possible. You should not want more than one scent in one environment at a time.
Never burn a candle all the way down to the visibility of the wick tab. Customers should extinguish the flame can be dangerous, resulting in shattered glass from an overheated container.
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