Candle Safety


—Always burn long enough to achieve a full melt pool to prevent tunneling. This is most critical during the first burn. A very thin hang-up on the sides is fine and should resolve as the candle burns down.

—Burn no longer than 4 hours each time. Too much liquid wax can make a candle dangerous, and can make the wick lean to one side.

—Make sure that the wick is centered, and always correct the wick if it begins to stray to one side. Candles that are allowed to cool and harden with a very off-center wick should be discarded.

—Always keep wick trimmed to between 1/8" and 1/4” for a good burn.

—Keep away from drafts, pets and children.

—Do not ever light a candle after using it on a candle warmer.

—Stop use after wax level reaches 1/2” from bottom of container.

—Always burn on a level, fire-resistant surface away from curtains, bedding, books, etc.

—Never leave a burning candle unattended.