1.

Never leave a burning candle unattended. Extinguish when leaving room or going to sleep.

2.

Be mindful of the surface that you are burning a candle on. Never burn on or near anything that can catch fire such as curtains, bedding, furniture, carpets, books, paper, flammable decorations etc.

3.

Ensure that the candle holder is placed on a heat resistant surface.

4.

Make sure that you are burning a candle in a location that is free from draughts / open windows / ceiling fans etc. This will help prevent flame flare ups and sooting.

5.

Ensure that the candle holder is placed on a heat resistant surface.

6.

NEVER use a candle as a night light.

7.

Keep out of reach of children and pets

1.

On the first burn, allow candle to burn for 3 hours (supervised). This will enable wax to establish a melt pool memory. The candle may not reach a full melt pool until later burns but if the first burn is too short, the wax memory won't reach the sides of the vessel and will "tunnel" resulting in excess wax on the sides of the vessel.

2.

Trim the wick to max 5mm before each burn.

Top Tip use a nail clippers to trim if you don't have a wick trimmer.

3.

If you don't trim the wick as described above, the flame may become too high and unstable.

4.

If a flame smokes or flickers excessively, make sure there is no draught or open winded / doors. Extinguish the flame, allow to cool, trim the wick and re-light in a draught free environment.

5.

Keep the wax pool free of debris - matches / wick clippings etc.

6.

NEVER burn a candle for more than 4 hours. Allowing candle to burn too long may cause the vessel to overheat and may even cause issues with glues and adhesives used on product labels and wicks.

7.

The final burn on the candle should be concluded when there is approx 1/2 inch left of wax in the vessel. Never expose metal wick sustainers.