Product Care Instructions

Candle Care

On the initial burn, make sure your candle has burned all the way to the edges. This will be approximately 3-4 hours.

Before each burn, remove any soot on the wick and trim the wick to 1/4 inch for an even and safe burn.

Don't let your candle burn for more than four hours at a time for maximum use and scent throw.

Stop using your candle when there is a 1/2 inch of wax left in the bottom to avoid burning the metal wick stand.

To reuse your concrete vessel, wipe out the remaining wax with a paper towel and wash with soap and water.

Alternatively, on your last burn, let the candle cool slightly then soak up the liquid wax with cotton balls.

Keep your candle clean by removing any debris like dirt, dust, or soot as soon as possible.

Place candle on a steady, heat resistant surface and don't move while there is still liquid wax.

Always keep an eye on a burning candle.

Keep away from children, pets, and flammable items.

Wax Melt Care

Add one or two wax melts to your warmer, depending on its size.

Turn off the wax warmer when not in use and be careful around hot wax.

To clean the warmer, wait until wax has cooled completely and then pop it out of the dish.

Alternatively, you can also turn off the warmer and immediately add cotton balls to soak up the liquid wax.

Never use cleaning products on the wax warmer as the chemicals may release harmful gasses when heated.

Keep wax melts and warmer out of reach of pets and children.

Always keep an eye on your wax warmer.

Always throw out wax and never wash down the drain.

You can reuse the wax melts as long as the scent remains.