Achieve a full melt pool
Burn no longer than four hours. Achieve a full melt pool every time you light your candle to allow it to burn evenly down for optimal scent diffusion.
Try to let it stay lit until a full melt pool. It may take up to three burns for the wax to achieve a full melt pool depth. This is designed so that the candle’s wick doesn’t burn too high.
Trim your wicks
Center and trim your wicks to 1/4″ prior to each lighting. Always remove dust, debris and charred wick pieces from your candle before each lighting to eliminate sooting.
Dip your wicks
NEVER blow out your candle! Do not use lid to extinguish, simply dip them! Use a wick dipper or metal object to gently press wicks down into the hot wax and pull them back up straight. This immediately extinguishes the flame without the smoky smell.
Know when to extinguish
Stop burning your candle when 1/2″ of wax remains. Our containers are 100% able to be re-purposed and recycled!
Trouble shooting Tips
- If the flame seems too low, pour out a small layer of wax and relight.
- If you trimmed the wicks too short, scrape out a thin layer of wax and light.