It is important to learn about how to care for your candle to get the best performance and scent throw, all while keeping things safe.
- Always keep your wick trimmed to a quarter inch. This helps keep the flame under control and candle safe.
- Like all candles, your first burn is your memory burn. You want to create a full wax pool making sure the top layer of wax is completely melted to the edges. Doing this will prevent a memory ring of tunneling. If you create a memory ring, your candle will tunnel and burn this way for the entire life of the candle. Burn your candle for 4 hours the first time you light it. This will help liquefy the entire top of the candle, so that the next time your candle burns evenly.
- Keep the lid on your candle when not in use. This helps keep the cold throw fragrance scent strong.
- Never leave a candle burning longer than 4 hours. Blow the candle out and allow it to cool off. Retrim when you relight.
- Stop using a candle when only ½ inch of wax or gel remains. Do not burn right down to the bottom with no wax or gel remaining.
- Never leave a candle burning unattended. Keep away from open drafts, fans, or anything flammable.
- To get the strongest boldest scent, burn your candle to a FULL wax pool every time you light your candle. Liquefying the entire top of the candle is not only good for how your candle burns, but it gives you a highly scented hot throw.
- Never store a candle in extreme hot or cold temperatures. Extreme hot temperatures can melt or cause discoloration to the candle. While extreme cold temperatures can crack or cause separation.