HOW TO BURN YOUR CANDLE

  1. Light your candle in a well ventilated room, away from draughts or fans, which can cause sooting (black marks on the vessel) or rapid, uneven burning.
  2. Burn regular-sized candles for one and a half to two hours at a time. Burning for less time can cause the candle to ‘tunnel’, which leaves excessive wax around the vessel’s sides. Burning for longer periods (over four hours) can cause wick migration.
  3. Make sure you stop burning your candle when 10mm of wax remains at the bottom, keeping an eye on a burning candle when the wax is low.
  4. There’s no point wasting your candle as there is only so much fragrance you can fill a room with. Candl-ibrium recommends burning your candle ensuring the whole diameter of the top level has melted across the vessel.

HOW TO CARE FOR WICKS

  1. Keep the wax pool clear of wax trimmings and matches, as debris in the wax can act as a secondary wick.
  2. Centre and straighten the wick after blowing out the flame using a snuffer. A candle which has been burning too long can cause wick migration. If you see a flaming wick come close to the vessel wall, blow it out and straighten the wick to prevent the vessel cracking.
  3. Long or crooked wicks can create high flames, smoking or sooting. Trimming the wick to 5mm (when the wax has set) is the easiest way to prevent this.
  4. For a double or triple wick candle follow the same process as above but reduce the time lit (1-2 hours; for example). Ensure the wax melts to the edge, the whole diameter of the vessel.

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HOW TO BURN YOUR CANDLE

  1. Light your candle in a well ventilated room, away from draughts or fans, which can cause sooting (black marks on the vessel) or rapid, uneven burning.
  2. Burn regular-sized candles for one and a half to two hours at a time. Burning for less time can cause the candle to ‘tunnel’, which leaves excessive wax around the vessel’s sides. Burning for longer periods (over four hours) can cause wick migration.
  3. Make sure you stop burning your candle when 10mm of wax remains at the bottom, keeping an eye on a burning candle when the wax is low.
  4. There’s no point wasting your candle as there is only so much fragrance you can fill a room with. Candl-ibrium recommends burning your candle ensuring the whole diameter of the top level has melted across the vessel.

HOW TO CARE FOR WICKS

  1. Keep the wax pool clear of wax trimmings and matches, as debris in the wax can act as a secondary wick.
  2. Centre and straighten the wick after blowing out the flame using a snuffer. A candle which has been burning too long can cause wick migration. If you see a flaming wick come close to the vessel wall, blow it out and straighten the wick to prevent the vessel cracking.
  3. Long or crooked wicks can create high flames, smoking or sooting. Trimming the wick to 5mm (when the wax has set) is the easiest way to prevent this.
  4. For a double or triple wick candle follow the same process as above but reduce the time lit (1-2 hours; for example). Ensure the wax melts to the edge, the whole diameter of the vessel.

Your Candl-ibrium #feelslikehome