How to ensure you have your best MELT. candle experience:
To prevent tunneling, burn your candle until the melt pool reaches the edges of the vessel, especially on the first burn. Pure soy wax has a memory so this is very important for our candles.
Trim your wick to 1/5" before each light. This is especially important with wooden wicks. Doing this will prevent large flames, smoke and soot, and will keep your wax free of debris. The shorter the wick, the better the burn.
We we recommend using wick trimmers or nail clippers to trim your wick.
Never leave ignited candle unattended or on/near anything flammable. Keep candles out of the reach of children and pets. (Do as we say, not as we do.)
Don't touch your vessel while your candle is ignited or immediately after extinguishing. Allow adequate time for the candle to cool down before handling it.
To prevent wax splatters, extinguish flame with a snuffer instead of blowing it out. Snuffing your flame will also contain smoke and prevent soot.
We offer traditional cotton wicks, as well as our crackling wooden wicks. Please read the our WICK GUIDE to determine which wick is best for you.
If you want your candle to produce a stronger fragrance, place candles in smaller rooms and burn multiple candles simultaneously in large rooms.
WHEN YOUR CANDLE MELTS AWAY
Instead of discarding your vessel when your candle melts away, reuse it. Empty vessels work great as planters. They also make great homes for your pens, pencils, makeup brushes, etc.
You can also purchase wax inserts that are custom created for our vessels. To use, remove the metal wick stand, place the insert in your empty vessel (no need to clean out the remaining wax), ignite, and your candle can MELT. again.