100% ORGANIC WOODEN WICK, WITHOUT ANY CHEMICAL TREATMENT
We use organic wooden wicks. When burning wooden wicks emit soothing crackling and pleasant aroma. Our wooden wicks – it is 100% environmentally friendly! Wooden wicks are made from trees grown in the United States, where are practicing reforestation. Instead of every cuted down tree, they put new one! It is naturally grown, 100% organic product that has no chemical processing! Listening to the sound of crackling candle it is especially nice to read your favorite book, magazine, or just relax after a hard day.
INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE OF CANDLES WITH WOODEN WICKS:
Light a candle for a minimum of 1-2 hours at one time. ALWAYS remove the burnt part of a wick with your fingertips before lighting the candle again. Failure to remove the charred part of the candlewick can cause slight fuming of the flame. Please don’t forget about it! Enjoy the relaxing, snappy sounds of a fire-place.
CANDLE SAFETY AND BURNING TIPS:
If candle is smoking: There are normally only two possible reasons why a candle is smoking, the candle may be in a draught or the wick is too long. Simply move the candle out of the draught or, extinguish the flame, let the candle cool down and trim the wick back to about 5 mm removing the excess wick fully from the candle jar.
Candle safety: Never place your candles on anything that could catch fire and always place them on a protected heat resistant dry surface. Allow the candle to cool completely before relighting or handling.
- Never leave a burning candle unattended.
- Keep burning candles away from flammable materials, children and pets.
- Do not place candles on or near other heat sources.
- Burn the candles on heat resistant surfaces
- Extinguish candles with great care ensuring that hot wax does not splatter.
- Keep the wick trimmed to no more than 5mm.
- Keep the hot wax pool free of wick trimmings, matches or any other flammable materials and ensure that the wick is always in the centre of the candle.
- Do not allow anything to drop into the hot wax pool such as parts of the wick or a match as in very rare occasions this can cause a candle to explode.