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The initial burn is vital for your new candle, this is known as the“memory burn.” During the initial burn session, it is vital to allow the candle to burn until the melted pool wax reaches the edge of the vessel. All waxes retain memory, if the candle is extinguished prematurely, the candle will not burn to the edge of the vessel during subsequent burn sessions. Allowing the melted pool of wax to reach the edge of the vessel will set the boundaries of the wax and enhance the scent throw.
- Always burn within sight.
- Never leave a burning candle unattended.
- Keep away from children and pets.
- Burn no more than four hours at a time on a leveled and heat-resistant surface.
- Trim wick 1/4 "before each use (Preferably with a wick trimmer).
- Keep wax pool free of debris.
- Stop burning the candle when 1/4" unmelted wax remains in the vessel.
- The vessel temperature will increase when lit and just after, allowing the vessel to cool before handling.
- Keep the candle away from things that catch fire. Do not place candles near clothing, windows, curtains, drafts, or any flammable materials.
- Do not store candles in direct sun.
- Concrete is a porous material; therefore, each piece; should not be submerged; in water.
- Homewares are not food safe.