• Burning

    Allow enough time for wax to melt completely to the edges of your candle container to prevent tunnelling. If tunnelling occurs use come aluminium foil wrapped around the candle and cover the container while burning to promote enough heat to burn candle to the edges. Remove after this and continue to burn as normal.

    (Be careful when removing the foil as this will have become hot after use).

  • Timing

    Candles should not be burnt for more then 2 to 4 hours at a time.

    To promote a healthy candle ensure that if you're burning more than 2-4 hours you check the candle wick is continuing to create an even burn around the candle. If this is not happening blow the candle our wait to cool and trim the wick before relighting.

  • Trimming your wick

    To ensure good candle health it is important to make sure you trim your candle wicks to avoid 'mushrooming'. When wicks are not trimmed wicks can balloon or create a mushroom like top and create an uneven burn.

    Make sure to trim your wick to at least a 1/4 inch before each use.

  • Attendance

    Never leave burning candles unattended and ensure they have adequate space to burn. Always ensure candles are lit and left in rooms with supervision and in view in the room they are being used. Make sure to promote candle safety to all members of your home.

  • Surfaces

    Always ensure your candle is on a stable non-flammable surface before lighting and way from all flammable objects. Make sure it is not under any surfaces such as on or under shelves to avoid scorching. Ensure all candles are on non-slip surfaces and monitored.

  • Children

    Always ensure that candles are kept away from children. Candles should always be kept out of reach of pets and children to avoid accidents such as wax burns and fire hazards. If burns or accidents occur ensure you call for medical assistance or emergency assistance.