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Safety & Care

Caring For Your Candle
  1. Keep candles away from flammable materials: Place candles on a stable, heat-resistant surface, away from flammable materials such as curtains, paper, or other combustible items.
  2. Do not leave candles unattended: Do not leave candles unattended while they are burning, and always extinguish candles before leaving the room or going to bed.
  3. Keep out of reach of children and pets: Keep candles out of reach of children and pets to prevent accidental burns or ingestion.
  4. Use a candle snuffer: Extinguish candles using a candle snuffer rather than blowing them out, to prevent hot wax from splattering.
  5. Avoid drafty areas: Place candles in draft-free areas to prevent the flame from flickering and to ensure even burning.
  6. Do not burn candles for longer than recommended: Do not burn candles for more than 4 hours at a time, as this can cause the candle to overheat and release potentially harmful chemicals.
  7. Burn the candle long enough for a full melt pool: Allow the wax to melt all the way to the edge of the container on the first burn, and subsequent burns, to prevent tunneling and promote even burning.
  8. Keep the wick trimmed: Trim the wick to 1/4" before lighting your candle to prevent the flame from becoming too large and sooting. A wick trimmer is recommended for this task.

    Recommended Candle Tools

    A candle snuffer is a tool used to extinguish a candle flame by covering it, rather than blowing it out. Here are some reasons why you might choose to purchase a snuffer along with your candle:

    1. Safety: Snuffers are a safer way to extinguish a candle flame than blowing it out, as they prevent hot wax from splattering and reduce the risk of starting a fire.

    2. Soot reduction: Blowing out a candle can cause soot to form on the wick and surrounding area. A snuffer reduces this soot buildup and helps to keep the candle and its surroundings cleaner.

    3. Longevity: Properly extinguishing a candle with a snuffer can help to extend its life by preserving the wick and preventing it from becoming too short or damaged to be used again.

    4. Aesthetics: A snuffer can add to the overall aesthetic of a candle by being visually appealing and complementing the candle's design.

    A wick trimmer is a tool used to trim the wick of a candle, helping to maintain its burn quality and prevent it from smoking or producing soot. Here are some reasons why you might choose to purchase a wick trimmer for your wooden wick candles:

    1. Improved Burn Quality: Trimming the wick of a candle helps to ensure an even burn and prevents the flame from becoming too large and creating soot.

    2. Longevity: Regularly trimming the wick of a candle can extend its lifespan by preventing it from burning too quickly or becoming too short to be used again.

    3. Aesthetics: A well-trimmed wick can enhance the overall appearance of a candle, providing a clean and attractive look.

    4. Safety: An untrimmed wick can cause a candle to produce a large flame, increasing the risk of fire. Trimming the wick helps to maintain a controlled, safe burn.

    Here are some reasons why you might choose to purchase matches along with your candle:

    1. Convenience: Matches provide a convenient way to light the candle, especially if the candle doesn't have its own built-in ignition source.

    2. Safety: Matches are a safer option than using a lighter or another open flame to light a candle, as they can be struck and extinguished quickly.

    Caring For Your Wax Melts

    1. Store in a cool, dry place: Store wax melts in a cool, dry place, away from direct sunlight and heat sources, to prevent melting and spoilage.
    2. Keep the lid or packaging closed: Keeping the lid or packaging of the wax melts closed will help to preserve the fragrance and prevent the wax from becoming brittle or melting.
    3. Use only with approved warmers: Only use approved wax warmers for your wax melts, as some warmers may not be suitable for use with all types of wax.
    4. Replace melted wax promptly: Replace melted wax promptly, especially if it has become contaminated with debris or has become discolored.

    Directions For Your Wax Warmer

    1. Read and Follow Instructions: Before using the wax warmer, carefully read the manufacturer's instructions and follow them accordingly. Familiarize yourself with the specific safety precautions and guidelines provided.

    2. Use Appropriate Wax: Only use wax melts or tarts specifically designed for wax warmers. Avoid using other substances, such as oils or liquids, that are not intended for use in wax warmers. Using improper materials can result in damage to the wax warmer or create safety hazards.

    3. Place on Heat-Resistant Surface: Ensure that the wax warmer is placed on a stable, heat-resistant surface. Avoid placing it on surfaces that can easily be damaged or are sensitive to heat, such as wooden furniture or plastic materials.

    4. Do Not Overfill: Follow the manufacturer's instructions regarding the appropriate amount of wax to use in the warmer. Overfilling the warmer can lead to spills, wax overflow, and potential damage to the unit. If your wax melt is larger than the recommended amount, we recommend cutting the wax melt to adjust its size. 

    5. Regularly Clean the Wax Warmer: To maintain optimal performance and safety, clean the wax warmer regularly according to the manufacturer's instructions. Ensure that it is unplugged and cooled down before cleaning. Remove any residual wax or debris to prevent buildup or clogging.

      Caring For Your Cement Diffuser

      1. Clean regularly: Use a soft brush and a mild soap solution to gently clean the surface where the essential oils have been dropped, e

        specially between scent changes. Avoid harsh chemicals or abrasive materials that could damage the surface.
      2. For maximum longevity: Store your diffuser in a cool and dry place when not in use. This will prevent damage to the surface or cracking due to temperature changes.
      3. Safety: Never leave it unattended while a candle is lit. Make sure to place it on a heat-resistant surface and keep it away from flammable materials for peace of mind.

      Directions For Your Cement Diffuser

      1. Heat-resistant Surface: Place the diffuser on a flat, heat-resistant surface if using a tea light diffuser.

      2. Pour essential Oils: Pour 3-5 drops of essential oil on the top surface of the diffuser or 3-5 drops of water mixed with essential oils if using a dish. 

      3. Add tea light: Place a tea light candle in the bottom center of the diffuser if using a tea light diffuser.

      4. Light the candle: As the candle burns, the heat from the flame will vaporize the essential oil, releasing its fragrance into the air.

      5. Adjust: Replace the candle as needed, and add more essential oil as desired to maintain the fragrance strength.