Candle Care


Your wick should never be more than 1/4 inch in length.

The second thing I want to make sure you know in terms of burning is when to stop burning. You don't want to let all the wax burn completely out. Why? Because again once you have reached the bottom of the jar, you have a layer of glass between your countertop and flame, and you risk the wax getting too hot and breaking the jar or even burning the countertop. We recommend when you can see the bottom of the jar because the wax is liquid, stop burning. This should be about a 1/2 of an inch from the bottom.

Also, it's a great idea to burn your candle on a heat resistant surface like the candle lid. We are not trying to discourage you from using the product fully, we just want to make sure we keep you and your household safe.

Now on to the Candle Care instructions that are included in every purchase:

Yes, there is a way to care for your candles in order to get the most out of your purchase. Your first burn: Light the wick and allow to burn 3-4 hours. (This allows the proper melt pool to form.) Subsequent Burns: Trim the wick so that it is ¼” long. Light the wick. Make sure the wick remains centered as it burns.

General Guidelines: Never leave a candle burning unattended. If the wick creeps to one side, blow out the candle and re-center the wick with a tweezers.

Allow to completely cool before relighting.

Keep lit candles away from any décor (curtains) and flammable material.

Never burn a candle for more than 2-3 hours at a time (with the exception of the first light).

Extinguish the candle and upcycle your vessel when 1/2 inch of wax remains. Always burn on a heat resistant surface, like the lid of the candle. If you follow this care guide you will be able to enjoy your candle longer and save yourself some money.

When finished burning your candle you can put it in the freezer for 1 hour and then dig the wax out. Then pull the wick/holder out with plyers. Wash with warm water and soap and reuse the vessel: hold jewelry, toothbrush holder, pen holder.... ect.