Make The Most of Your Candles & Diffusers
Every candle sold comes with a candle care card that needs to be read before lighting your candle . It is very important to ensure you follow these simple steps to ensure your burning candles safely in your home or office as we will not replace or refund if you have not followed our candle care instructions.
HOW LONG SHOULD I BURN MY CANDLE ON THE FIRST BURN? 3 -4 hours is recommended.
CREATING A BURN MEMORY: Candles create a memory. When lighting a candle for the first time, it's important to allow the wax to melt all the way to the edges of the jar. If you don't allow the wax to pool on the first burn, it will begin to tunnel and not reach the outsides of the jar, leaving residue around the sides along with wasted wax and fragrance. Its recommended you don’t light your candle for more than 4 hrs at a time.
WHAT TO DO BEFORE EACH BURN: Trimming your wick is so important. Trim the wick to approx. 5 mm before relighting. Doing this will allow the candle to burn at the recommended and safe temperature. If it is not trimmed it will mushroom (the curling and black mound at the top of our wick) resulting in it burning hotter. Trimming the wick each time will help your candle to burn evenly and longer, helping to eliminate smoking and minimising soot forming on the container.
DIFFUSERSOur reeds are rattan (have several channels inside stem that suck fragrance oil from the bottle that slowly permeates the room with wonderful scents), so you can enjoy a reed diffuser to drift an amazing aroma through your rooms to keep them smelling wonderful at every moment of the day.
Our reed diffusers are long lasting and will provide a consistent fragrance for approximately 6 months. However, we recommend flipping the reeds every 2-4 weeks for optimum scent throw.
An ideal size for small to medium sized rooms. For larger, open air rooms use two diffusers to keep the scent flowing. If your diffuser is placed in front of an open-air window then the breeze will cause the diffuser to evaporate faster.