It’s important to burn your kandle responsibly, and recycle it after enjoying.
Here are some tips & general guidelines to follow when burning our kandles.
Always keep burning kandles out of reach from children, pets, and flammable debris that could come in contact.
Burn the kandle in 2-3 hour sittings, or at a minimum long enough to allow a complete melted wax pool to form. Burning kandles and extinguishing them before a complete wax pool can form will cause uneven surfaces. These distortions can effect the kandles ability to burn evenly in the future.
If a kandle flame is drifting to the side of the jar, extinguish the flame, and adjust the wick so that it is centered. Allow kandle to cool, and relight. Allowing the flame to burn freely up against the side of the jar is dangerous, as it could overheat or crack.
Place kandle on a flat, heat-resistant surface when burning.
Discontinue burning a kandle when 1/4 inch of wax remains in the container.
Burn your kandle in a draft-free room. Drafts (such as windows, fans) can make the kandle flame flicker and smoke.
Maintain plenty of air space around your kandle when burning.
Keep the wax pool free of wick trimmings, matches, or any combustible material.
Keep wick(s) trimmed to the length stated on your kandle’s bottom label.
Never leave burning kandles unattended. Keep them within sight at all times.