Getting the most out of your candle
When you light your candle allow the wax to reach full melt pool. Melted wax creates memory rings and not reaching a full melt pool will create tunnelling.
Always trim the wick before every burn, you can do this by pinching the burnt part, this reduces soot and wick mushrooming, resulting in an even and clean burn.
Do not burn the candle longer than 4 hours at a time. If you just can’t get enough, extinguish and allow candle to reset; trim and relight.
Never leave a lit candle unattended or while sleeping.
Keep candles out of reach of children and pets.
Be sure your candle is on a flat, heat-resistant surface before lighting.
Avoid burning your candle near air vents, fans or air drafts, this can cause wicks to veer of centre, which can lead to glass overheating.
Discontinue use when you reach the last ½” of wax at the bottom of the vessel.
To reuse the vessel simply wash off any remaining wax with warm soapy water.