SERENE SCENTING THROUGH ART
The Statement Candle has become a household favorite, capable of creating a serene and soothing ambiance through its modern and sleek design. It's the perfect addition to any space, whether it's a living room or a dining room. You'll undoubtedly appreciate this timeless work of art that adds an element of elegance to your environment.
- Use a long lighter or matchstick to reach the wick.
- Avoid using regular matches, as they can be too short and might result in burnt fingers.
- Most candles should be burned for 1-4 hours at a time to prevent tunneling and ensure an even burn pool.
- Tunneling is when a candle burns down the center, leaving wax stuck to the sides. To prevent it, allow the candle to burn until the entire top layer is melted during each use.
- Yes, trimming the wick to about 1/4 inch before each burn helps prevent soot buildup and ensures a steady, controlled flame.
- Use a candle snuffer or gently blow on the flame. Avoid blowing too hard, as it can splatter hot wax.
- Black soot can be caused by a too-long wick, drafts, or poor-quality candles. Keep the wick trimmed and avoid placing candles in drafty areas.
- It's not recommended to leave a candle burning unattended due to safety reasons. Always extinguish before leaving the room.
- Let the wax cool and harden, then gently scrape it off surfaces. Use a hair dryer or iron with a paper towel to absorb any residue.