COTTON WICK CANDLES:
To ensure candle burns properly, trim wick to 1/4” before each new burn and allow candle to reach a full melt pool. Full melt pool means wax has melted to all edges and melt pool is 1/4” deep. Do not burn longer than 4 hrs at a time. Extinguish with care, do not use water.
WOOD WICK CANDLES:
To ensure candle burns properly, trim wick to 1/8” before each new burn. Pinch off blackened wick tip before lighting. Wood wicks will not stay lit if wick is not trimmed between each use. Always allow candle to reach a full melt pool, where wax has melted to all edges and melt pool is 1/4” deep. Do not burn longer than 4 hrs at a time. Extinguish with care, do not use water.
This should go without saying…
Never leave wick trimmings or matches in the melt pool. Burn on heat resistant surface, do not leave unattended. Do not pick up or handle candle while burning. Once the candle has less than 1/4" wax left discontinue use.
Additional candle care
Help - my candle is tunneling!Candle CPR
Tunneling can usually be prevented by following proper candle care, but if your candle has already tunneled don’t panic! We’ve got a few tricks up our sleeve to resuscitate it.
Reclaiming your vesselReclaim Instructions
Don’t say it’s over. Each candle vessel is designed to be multi-purpose. Each jar and tin can be used for storing small treasures or as a cute plant pot. Clean vessels may also be recycled.