Candles2go love telling their customers how to make their candles last the distance….
Candle Care - Never leave burning Candles unattended . Always remove labels and wrapping before lighting candles and décor products.
•Do not position candles or fragrance products on or near TV cabinets, electrical items or heat sources.
• Never burn a candle for longer than three hours at a time. After the maximum recommended burn time, let it cool, trim the wick and relight.
• Always use candles and fragrance products on an appropriate tray. Under no circumstances should a candle be placed directly on a table or any other surface that may be subject to damage.
• Under no circumstances should any product that generates heat, flame or fragrance be placed directly onto antique, valuable or highly polished furniture.
• Keep candles out of reach of children and pets.
• A draught can cause a candle to smoke. Avoid burning candles in draught free areas.
• Do not use if the glass container is cracked, chipped or broken.
• If a candle has multiple wicks, then all wicks must be lit every time.
• Don’t burn candles completely - discard them once they have burnt to 2cm from their base or holder.
• Before lighting or, always trim the wick to 6mm and remove any wick debris. This encourages an even burn while helping to eliminate dripping .
• Container candles may become hot. Handle with care and wait for the wax to set and the candle to cool before moving.
• A burning candle may generate significant heat above the flame so always position well away from combustible materials.
• When lighting a candle using a match, take care to prevent any match debris from dropping onto the candle.
• Always keep the wax pool free from foreign objects such as wick trimmings, wick particles, match debris
• Always carry out a spot test first.
• Place in freezer for 15 minutes to harden the wax and then remove the wax.
• Use a hair dryer to heat the wax then quickly wipe with a clean cloth.
• Wash garments in hot water, or place a paper towel on top of the wax spots and press with a warm iron.