Chestnut, Charred-Maple, Orange-Blossom
Embers, Cedarwood, Guaiac
DETAILS: 11oz, 1lb, 4" H x 3.5" W
Estimated burn time 60-70 hours
TRIM YOUR WICK
Keep your wick at 1/4". When it starts to get off center, gently re-guide it to the middle (after you blow out the candle, of course).
We recommend letting a new candle burn for 3-4 hours, or until the pooling wax reaches the edge of the vessel. This prevents tunneling.
After that, burn for no more than 5-6 hours at a time to preserve fragrance.
STAY FIRE SAFE
Place your candles on non-flammable, heat resistant surfaces and never leave a burning candle unattended. Also be aware that placing a hot candle on a cool surface like marble or glass may cause the vessel to crack.
STOP WHEN YOU REACH 1/4" OF WAX
When you're down to that last bit of wax, it's time to say goodbye. Burning your candle anymore could result in fire, broken vessels, and a very bad time.