L I G H T I N G  Y O U R  C A N D L E :

When burning your candle for the first time allow the wax to melt all the way to the edge of the jar, which usually take up to 1-2 hours. This will ensure an even burn throughout the candle and will prevent the wax from tunnelling. Never burn the candle for longer than 4 hours at a time and when extinguishing the glass will be hot so please be careful. 

Soy wax has a lower melting point than other waxes, that's why they throw the scent so well and last longer than others. It's not abnormal for all of the wax to melt but be careful not to knock the vessel to avoid any spillage. Be careful not to leave any debris in your candle and always burn your candle on an even surface away from flammable items.

W I C K  M A I N T A I N E N C E :

Before each burn and lighting your candle it is essential to ensure you have removed any unnecessary wick, trimming the wick to approximately 1/4 inch. This can be done simply by pinching the burnt wick away with your fingers, or alternativly using wick clippers or scissors, depending on how much of the wick has already been used. This will ensure the candle doesn't give off any black smoke. 

R E E D  D I F F U S E R  C A R E :

There is not much maintenance to a reed diffuser, however please never light the reed sticks with a flame - they are not to be lit but only placed inside the bottle. If in contact with a flame, it can be flammable so please be careful.  

In order to get full use of the scent flip your reads every so often if you feel the smell isn't as strong as it was before. The fragrance will then be soaked up the reeds and will fill your room.

R E U S I N G  Y O U R  J A R S :

Once you have finished with your candle jar or reed diffuser bottle you can wash with warm water and soap to remove any wax/liquid residue and dry using a paper towel, which should be discarded after use. the label can be removed easily also with some warm water o you can decorate as you wish.

Once clean and dry you can reuse the vessel as a plant holder or as a desk organiser, or any other creative idea you come up with to put it to good use.