Candle Care

+ Never leave your burning candle unattended.
+ Try not to move the candle after lighting.
+ To avoid candle from accumulating debris, cover when not in use.
Allow candle to burn across from edge to edge of jar, forming a complete melt pool on the first burn.
Trim wicks regularly to extend the candles performance.
+ Allow the candle to cool completely before re-lighting.
+ You can repair a tunneling candle by using a hairdryer or placing the candle in an oven at 175 degrees for 5 minutes.
+ Extinguish a candle if it smokes, flickers or the flame becomes too high. These signs indicate the candle is not burning correctly, and the fire isn't controlled ("dancing" fire). Let the candle cool, trim the wick, then check for drafts before re-lighting.
Burn Times
Small Jar (3.5oz) : 20-30 hours (soon to be discontinued)
Regular Jar (7.2oz) : 40-50 hours
*This burn time is an estimate. Actual burn time varies by geographical location, temperature, location of burn (within a building, ie. Drafts, room temperature), altitude, and other factors.
*Some candles may have a few white spots on the surface, it’s known as “frost”. It doesn’t affect the smell of the candles in any way, just the appearance.