Candle Care

The First Burn is the Most Important!
When you light your candle for the first time, always allow the wax to burn so that it melts across the entire surface to the edge of the container. This should take 3-4 hours.
This will effectively assist in preventing tunneling, and help promote an even burn for the duration of the candle's life. 
Avoid light and hot temperatures
Candle waxes and fragrances are sensitive to both temperature and light, so try to be careful when storing candles. Try to always store your candles in a cool, dry place away from direct sunlight when not in use.
Keep your wick trimmed!
Try to ensure that your wick is always kept to 5mm long at all times. We recommend trimming the wick every 4 hours of burn time. When trimming, always extinguish the flame, let the candle cool down to room temperature, remove any wick debris and trim the wick before relighting.
Try to avoid burning candles for more than 4 hours in one sitting. We suggest that after burning a candle for 4 hours, you should allow the candle to cool for two hours before relighting.
Follow the half-inch wax rule
Always monitor the amount of remaining wax in a candle container. Once the wax falls below 1.5cm, discontinue use. The container can heat up when the flame nears the base of the jar and there is not much remaining wax. Following this rule will help prevent heat damage to the container and the surface surrounding the candle.
Putting out your candle
Try to always use a proper candle snuffer/dipper to extinguish your candles as this will prevent the wick from moving and wax from spilling. This will also assist in maximising your burn times. 
Blackened Edges of Glass
If your candle glass starts to blacken with use, remember to keep the wick trimmed. Also, always wait until after the candle is extinguished and cooled before removing any black marks with a dry paper towel.
Maximising your Scent Throw
In order to maximise fragrance scent throw in a room, keep doors and windows closed and burn for 30 minutes. Opening windows and doors will help the scent to disperse.