Instructions for use of candles

May the candles provide complete joy and serve their intended life!

Do not leave burning candles unattended.

Keep candles out of the reach of children and pets.

Make sure that the length of the burner does not exceed 1 cm.

If you notice smoke or soot, extinguish the candle and turn the burner over.

Do not burn candles in drafts.

Do not touch or move a burning candle.

Do not allow the candle to burn to the base.

Make sure the candle holder is suitable for the type of candle you are using.

Make sure that the plugs are firmly placed and cannot tip over.

Use only fireproof surfaces.

Use a special candle extinguisher to extinguish the candles.

Do not use candles near fabrics, curtains and furniture.

Remember that the desired distance between lit candles is at least 10 cm.

Do not place candles near other heat sources (TVs, radiators, stoves or fireplaces). Do not leave candles in direct sunlight.

Do not allow flame to come into direct contact with decorative candle applications, candle holders, glass (it may break).

Be careful - lamps, candlesticks and other candlesticks can become hot.

Remove (skim or cut off) any excess paraffin formed during candle burning. This is especially important when burning block plugs.

Soy wax candles

Burn the natural wax candle for the first time for up to 3 hours to form a wax pool. This will make the candle burn more evenly.

Rustic candles

To ensure quality combustion, the cylinder plugs should be burned for at least 3-4 hours each time. In turn, the duration of continuous burning of the block candle should not exceed 3 - 4 hours. To burn the sides of the cylinder spark plug evenly, make sure the burner is in the center of the spark plug. Extinguish the candle using a special device. The draft will prevent the candle from burning evenly, it can cause smoke as well as dripping paraffin. If necessary, after extinguishing the candle, skim off the remaining paraffin or trim the edges.

Stearin candles

To ensure quality combustion, the candle must burn for at least 4 hours the first time it is burned. This process will ensure the longest possible life of the candle. The larger the diameter of the candle, the longer it must be allowed to burn the first time it is lit. Candles with a diameter of more than 100 mm should preferably be burned for 4 to 5 hours.