Net Weight: 11oz (310g)
Wax Type: Coconut Beeswax blend
Wick Type: 2 Wick, Cotton Wick
Dimensions: 3.5”L x 3.5”W x 4”H
- First Date Jitters: The first time you light a candle, make sure it gets a good 2-3 hour burn. This helps prevent that dreaded "tunneling" (which sounds more adventurous than it actually is). We want an even melt pool all the way across. It’s like a good first date - give it time!
- Trim that Wick, Darling! Before lighting up, give your wick a little trim – about 1/4 inch. Nobody likes a wild and crazy flame. It’s the candle version of a haircut. Stay fresh!
- Stay Awake & Alert: Never leave a burning candle unattended. And for Pete's sake, don't fall asleep with it on. Your bed is for dreams, not melted wax catastrophes!
- Keep the Kiddos & Fur Babies Away: As cute as it would be for Mr. Whiskers to have a romantic candlelit dinner, it's not safe. Keep curious paws and fingers at bay.
- Avoid the Draft: Like that cold breeze on a winter day, candles don't like drafts. Place them away from windows, doors, or drafty spots. Flickering flames are cute in movies, not in real life.
- Safety First, Captain Obvious: Avoid placing your candle near anything flammable. No, your pile of rom-com novels isn’t a good spot.
- Time’s Up! Don't burn your candle for more than 4 hours at a time. Give it a break. Even candles need some "me-time."
- Bye-Bye, Little Flame: When there's only about 1/2 inch of wax left, it's time to bid adieu. Don’t be sad, this just means you get to start a new candle love affair.
- Clean & Clear: If you spill some wax (hey, it happens to the best of us), wait for it to cool before cleaning it up. Hot wax is like lava, and you're not a volcano.
- Recycle and Upcycle: Finished your candle? Clean out the jar and turn it into a pot for your succulent, a chic container for your bits & bobs, or a fancy glass for your morning OJ.
Is it Big Enough?
Use small candles in small rooms like bathrooms or bedrooms
Big candles will fill up bigger spaces, like open-plan areas