Candle Care

Our candles are designed as decorative objects. If you wish to light them, please be very careful and follow all instructions.

  • Please remove the packaging and label and trim candle wicks to a height within 5 mm (1/4 inch) before lighting the candle. It is recommended to keep the wick around 3~4mm. If the wick is too long, soot will be produced. After receiving the candle for the first time, cut the wick to the appropriate length with scissors before use.
  • Put the candle on a fireproof surface/ non-flammable base.
  • If the candle is burned for too short a period of time, tunneling may occur where only the center of the candle burns. This is a natural phenomenon. To prevent tunneling, burn the candle for at least 20 minutes, and the larger the size, the longer it burns.
  • Stop when only 1/4 of the wick remains.
  • Keep burning candles away from materials that can catch fire.
  • Keep burning candles out of reach of children and pets.
  • Do not leave candles burning with no one in the room.
  • Do not eat!
  • Extinguish all candles when going out or going to bed.
  • Treat it delicately. It is fragile.
  • After lighting the candle, when extinguishing the fire, use a Wok Dipper (a tool for extinguishing the candle) rather than blowing it with your mouth, or put the wick in melted wax with iron chopsticks to extinguish the fire, and then put the wick back up.
  • Due to the nature of natural wax, there may be dew formation, cracking, lifting, and turning white as if frosted on the surface (frosting), which is a characteristic of natural natural wax. When frosting occurs, wiping the surface with a wet wipe may help to remove white areas.
  • If soot occurs, it may cause damage to the wallpaper. Please check the surrounding environment carefully before burning it.
  • Do not leave in direct heat or sunlight.
  • Ventilate when burning in a closed space.
  • Candles may flow down during combustion, so use a non-flammable base.
  • There is a risk of fire, so please be careful of placement. Thank you!