Candle Care

To ensure the best performance and safety of your candle, it's important to follow the guidelines below. Please read thoroughly and burn your candles responsibly <3

  • Trim your wick to 1/4’’ before each lighting. 
    • That build up on the tip of your wicks is carbon!
    • Trimming it off will result in a smaller SAFER flame and a longer burn time. If your flame is dancing, popping, or way too high- it's time to trim. Your candle will thank you and last so much longer, I promise :)
  • Allow the wax to melt to the edge of the jar each time you burn.
    • If you've experienced candle tunneling, this tip is for you! Allowing your candle to fully melt (meaning the top has completely liquified) will eliminate tunneling and allow you so much more burn time to enjoy.
  • Never under any circumstances fall asleep or leave a lit candle unattended.
  • Ideal surfaces are heat resistant, away from drafts, and out of reach from children, pets, draperies etc.
  • Do not burn more than 4 hours at a time and discontinue use when 1/4” of wax remains. 
    • Let's suppose you leave your jar burning all day long. Your flame will likely be way too high, and the glass will be way too hot. The stress and heat for extended periods of time could potentially cause your glass to crack. Don't risk an emergency or house fire- please burn your candles responsibly.
    • Candles don't always extinguish themselves. It's up to you to discontinue use when 1/4"-1/2" of wax remains. Allowing it to go further than this would mean burning a flame in an empty container which again, could lead to cracked glass or fire.
  • Lit candles are very hot. Blow out your candle and allow it to cool completely before attempting to touch or move your jar.