- Trim wick to 1/4 inch each time you burn the candle. This will reduce soot and the build up of carbon on the end of the wick (mushrooming). Keeping your wicks trimmed will also keep the flame from burning too hot and burning up the wax too quickly.
- On your first use, burn the candle until it melts all the way to the edge. This may take 3-4 hours. Wax has "memory" so if the melt pool does not reach the edge on the first burn, it may never melt to the edge on subsequent burns.
- Do not burn for more than 4 hours at a time.
- Keep candles away from drafts and flammable materials.
- Keep candles free of dust and debris.
- Burn candles out of reach of small children and pets.
- Do not touch the jar when the candle is burning.
- Discontinue use when only 1/4 inch of wax remains.
Mini - 3.5oz | Recommended for small rooms
Standard - 7.5oz | Recommended for small to medium rooms
Large (Double Wick) - 13oz | Recommended for large rooms
Wood Wick - 9oz
The larger the candle the stronger the scent! We recommend our Mini candles for small rooms (e.g. bathrooms), Standard candles for small to medium rooms (e.g. bedrooms), and Double Wick candles for large rooms (e.g. living room).
Estimated burn times are based on burning the candle in 4 hour increments:
Mini 25-30 hours
Standard 40-45 hours
Large (Double Wick) 55-60 hours
Wood Wick 50 hours
Wax Melt Instructions
- Place 2-4 melts in your electric wax warmer, depending on size of warmer and desired fragrance intensity.
- When you are finished, turn off your warmer and the wax will solidify until you are ready to use again.
- The wax itself will not disappear, but the fragrance will burn off over time.
- Replace with new wax melts when they no longer give off fragrance.
Wood Wick Care
Wood wicks provide a special ambiance from the soft crackle sound they make when burning. To ensure your candle burns properly, they require a little extra care.
- Keep the wick trimmed short. The wick must be trimmed to 1/8 inch before lighting each time to remove the charred wood from the previous burn. You can easily break this off with your fingers. If the wick is too long, it may not properly absorb the wax to stay lit.
- Burn the candle for 3-4 hours on the first two burns. This will allow the wax to melt to the edge of the jar and prevent candle tunneling.
Note: The size of the wood wick flame may vary at times. It is normal to experience a low flame, but it should still sufficiently the heat wax.