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Candle Safety Guidelines

Candle Safety Guidelines: 

  • Ensure a fully melted wax pool: Do not trim the wick until the entire surface of the candle has melted, usually around 3 hours, to prevent tunnelling.

  • Place the candle wisely: Set the candle on a stable surface away from drafts, vents, and air currents to promote even burning and prevent rapid or uneven burning or sooting.

  • Never leave a burning candle unattended: Always extinguish it when you leave the room and keep it out of reach of children and pets.

  • Remove covers and wrapping: Remove any covers or wrapping materials before lighting the candle to avoid accidental fires.

  • Avoid burning candles: Moving a lit candle may cause the hot wax to spill, resulting in severe burns. Keep the candle in one place while it is burning.

  • Extinguish with care: If the flame becomes too high, flickers repeatedly, or there is only 1cm of wax remaining in the jar's base, extinguish the candle. Let it cool, trim the wick, and check for unwanted drafts before relighting.

  • Clean the jar after use: Once the wax has completely cooled, use a paper towel to wipe the inside of the candle jar for future use.

  • Store candles properly: Keep them in a cool, dry place away from direct sunlight to preserve their colour and prevent fading or discolouration.

Candle Responsible Use:

  • Never leave a burning candle unattended: Always stay present and attentive when a candle is lit. Never leave a burning candle alone, even for a short period.

  • Burn candles out of children and pets' reach: Keep them in a location where children and pets cannot access them. This ensures their safety and prevents accidents.

  • Maintain distance between burning candles: Leave at least 10 cm of space between lit candles. This helps prevent the risk of flames merging and causing accidental fires.

  • Avoid flammable materials: Never burn a candle on or near anything that can easily catch fire, such as curtains, papers, or flammable decorations. Maintain a safe distance from such items.

  • Use a heat-resistant surface: Place the candle on a level surface that can withstand heat. This helps prevent damage to furniture or any other susceptible materials.

By following these clear and concise guidelines, you can enjoy the beauty and ambience of candles while ensuring the safety of your surroundings and loved ones.

Optimal Burning Practices for Candle Enjoyment and Safety:

  • Trim the wick before lighting: To ensure a clean burn and prevent smoking or accelerated burning, always trim the wick to approximately 5mm before lighting the candle.

  • First burn: On the initial burn, allow the candle to remain lit for 3 to 4 hours. This duration ensures an even and complete melt pool. Make sure the wick is upright, positioned above the wax, and centered before the wax solidifies.

  • Keep objects away: Maintain a clear candle area by keeping all objects, including matches and wick trimmings, away from the candle. This prevents potential hazards and ensures a safe burning experience.

  • Burn in intervals: To prevent overheating and ensure proper candle performance, avoid burning the candle for more than 3 to 4 hours at a time. Allow the candle to cool before relighting for subsequent sessions.

  • Avoid wick contact with glass: Ensure that the flame does not come into contact with the glass container or vessel. This precaution prevents potential heat damage to the glass and maintains the candle's structural integrity.

  • Trim the wick before relighting: Before relighting the candle, always trim the wick to approximately 5mm to prevent smoking and to avoid any potential damage to the glass. This helps maintain a clean and controlled burn.

  • Be cautious of hot glass: During use, be mindful that the glass container may become hot. Handle the candle with care and avoid touching the heated glass surface to prevent burns.

  • Extinguish at 1 cm of remaining wax: For safety reasons, extinguish the candle when approximately 1 cm of wax remains in the vessel. Do not attempt to relight the candle at this point to prevent potential hazards.