- The first burn is the most important. Burn your candle for approximately 3 to 4 hours the first time, or until the wax has melted to the edges. Wax has memory so if your candle doesn't burn to the edges on its initial burn, it will begin to tunnel through the centre of your candle.
- After the initial burn light your candle for up to 3 hours at a time. The recommended burning time is between 1 ½ hours and 3 hours to get the best fragrance from your candle. Allow the candle wax to solidify before relighting
- Remove the tip of the wick before each burn. A small flower shape may have formed at the end of wick (this is perfectly normal). Simply remove the small petals with your fingers or carefully trim with a wick trimmer. Our candles are natural and do not require ruthless trimming, because natural wax does not get as hot as synthetic wax, and the wick and flame should never get too big.
- Keep the candle away from airstreams such as windows, fans or open AC vents as this will make the flame burn through the wax faster.
- After extinguishing your candle with a snuffer (ideally), centre and straighten the wick (if it needs it), whilst the wax is still molten. Long and crooked wicks can create high flames, smoking or soot.
- You should use your candle in a well-ventilated room, to ensure the fragrance does not overwhelm
- When your candle has 5mm of wax left at the bottom, it has finished and it is advised not to burn it further. Follow the recycling instructions for advice and ideas on how to reuse your container.