The first time that you light your candle let it burn for 3- 4 hours. Candles have a memory so if followed correctly this initial burn will prevent your candle from tunneling, If the candle doesn't quite reach the edge of the container there is no need to start digging the wax out as it will catch up further down the vessel.
After each burn trim the wick to 1/4". If your candle begins to emit black smoke, this means that the wick is too long and should be trimmed.
Avoid burning your candle for more than 4 hours at a time, as this can allow the candle container to become too hot.
Never leave a burning candle unattended.
Never burn a candle on or near anything that might catch fire.
Keep a burning candle away from draughts.
Keep candles out of reach of children and pets
Wax Melt Care
Remove packaging and place 1 or 2 wax melts in the well of your burner.
Add one or two wax melts to your wax melt burner (depending on the size of your wax melt dish, your room and your strength preferences). Take care not to overfill the dish and use a maximum 4 hour tea lights only.
Once you can no longer smell your favourite scent, it is time to clean the dish and start again.
Use only in tea light or electric burners that have been approved for use with wax melts.
Do not leave unattended.
Do not move when lit.
Keep out of reach of children and pets.
Not for consumption
Use in well ventilated areas
Do not add any additional substance to the wax melt ie water.
Reed Diffuser Care
For best results place your diffuser in a hallway, bathroom or entrance to a room. Avoid direct sunlight, radiators or other particularly warm areas.
Flip your reeds occasionally to optimise scent (avoiding skin contact with the liquid)
Do not allow the reeds or liquid to touch any services or soft furnishings.
Keep out of reach of children and pets