Wedding Swan Candle in the box
Box Size : Width 6cm x Length 5.5cm x Height 7cm
The Correct Way to Burn Your Candles
1. Burn for one hour for every inch in diameter.
It takes the flame some time to melt the wax all the way to the outer edge. If the candle is blown out before the wax has melted entirely across the top, the candle will start to tunnel. This will cause the candle to burn out faster than usual.
2. Fixing tunneled candles.
If your candle has tunneled, level off the top by cutting the excess wax off. The extra wax can be used in a non-electric potpourri burner.
3. Always keep the wick trimmed.
If the wick is longer than ¼”, the candle will start to smoke. Keeping the wick trimmed will drastically reduce the smoking. Please keep in mind however, that most candles from most companies smoke due to the scented oil and paraffin wax combination.
4. Keep all candles away from drafts.
Drafts will cause candles to burn irregularly.
5. Occasionally rotate your candles.
Since there is always air movement in a room, rotating will ensure an even melt.
6. Don’t place candles in direct sunlight.
Sunlight can fade colors and also cause candles to burn irregularly. They may also burn faster because warm wax melts faster than cool wax does.
7. Place all candles on a wax-catching base.
Although our pillars melt into themselves (meaning they do not melt over the edge of the candle), accidents can happen, so be prepared.
8. Keep candles away from anything flammable.
This means curtains, surfaces that aren’t heat-resistant, cupboards, etc. It is also a good idea to keep candles out of reach of children and pets.
9. Handle with care.
The container may become hot, so always be careful.
10. Leave about ¼” of wax in the bottom of the jar.
To prevent damage to counter/surface or the container itself, you should stop burning the candle when ¼” of wax is left. You can use the remaining wax in a non-electric potpourri burner.
11. Never leave a burning candle unattended.
This one is pretty self-explanatory.