The Perfect Burn

Ensure your candle burns evenly during its first use.

A good rule is to burn the candle for 1 hour for every inch of the candle's diameter. 

Allowing the pool of wax to extend to the jar's rim ensures the candle sets its wax “memory.” Every time the candle is lit, it will automatically burn to the rim and prevent tunneling.

Trim the wick before burning your candle.

    Trimming the wick is crucial. It ensures a long, clean burn and prevents soot buildup or issues.

    We recommend you always trim your wick to 1/4" before each use.

    To avoid the burnt wick from falling into the candle, simply flip the solidified candle upside down when trimming the wick. Trim the wick or remove the “mushroom” left by the previous burn using a wick trimmer.

    Don’t burn your candle for over 4 hours.

    Burning the candle excessively can affect its scent and cause smoking, resulting in marks on the container.

    Keep your candle away from drafts while burning.

    Avoid placing your candle near drafts or air vents as this can cause the flame to burn unevenly.

    Avoid burning your candle to the bottom of the vessel.

    It's best to stop using a candle before it completely runs out of wax. Burning a candle all the way down may cause the container to overheat and possibly shatter. To preserve your candle vessel, leave about half an inch of wax on the bottom.

    To reuse your candle container, place on a mug warmer or freeze the candle to remove the remaining wax easily.