When All Else Fails, Read The Instructions Agnes Allen

Candle Burning

When burning these candles make sure you trim the wick 1/4″(inch) before lighting. Keep candles free from foreign materials including matches and wick trimmings. Only burn candles on a level, fire resistant surface. It is very important when burning candles that you have a full melt pool of wax on the top layer before blowing candles out. A full melt pool means the wax has been heated long enough to reach the edge of the container. A full melt pool should be 1/4″(inch) to 1/2″(inch) deep which will allow the fragrance to disperse more completely into the room. If you blow out candles too early it will cause your candle to tunnel.  Candle tunneling occurs when only the center of the wax right around the wick melts and burns down.  Also don’t burn over 4 hours. Not trimming the wick, burning candles too long or leaving candles near a draft can produce soot. Do not leave candle unattended while in use. Keep out of reach of children and pets.

Wax Melts

When using wax melts, remember to remove all packaging before using. Use only tea-light warmers or UL listed electric warmers approved for wax melts. Do not leave wax melt unattended while in use. Keep out of reach of children and pets.