Candle Care


To optimise your candle, you need the perfect melt pool. What is a melt pool? Simply put, it is when you let your candle burn long enough for the melted wax to reach the sides of your jar. If you blow it out too soon, you will just create a tunnel down the middle where your wick is and before you know it, the wick will be gone and you will be left with a fair amount of wax all around the sides of your jar. In order to achieve a decent melt pool, you need 3-4 hours of burning time.

Another way of taking care of your candle is by trimming the wick before each use (except for the first burn). If you have a wooden wick, trim off the burnt wood or it will create soot. If you have a cotton wick, just trim off the top of the wick to about 1/4" and it will burn perfectly. The goal is simple: You want a great smell without a black build-up on the inside of your jar.

 Last but not least, as the warning labels states, never leave your candle unattended and always keep it away from other objects or vulnerable people.