Soybean Wax Candles



Below are some tips on safely burning your soy wax container candles and melts.


Our candles are made with natural wicks that are all LEAD FREE.  Soy wax requires a longer wick than other waxes.  It is important that you keep the wicks trimmed to about 1/4"; this ensures even burning and keeps the flame from getting too large.  Natural wicks are very delicate, use a wick trimmer or scissors when trimming the wick.  This will keep the wick from breaking off too short and cause the candle to not burn properly. 


As with any candle or tea light wax melter, keep out of reach of children and pets.  Always keep your candle within sight and never leave a burning candle unattended.


In order for your candle to burn and get the maximum burn time, it is important that each time you light your candle you allow it to liquify across the top.  Candles will last longer if you burn them no more than 4 hours at a time.


Keep wax pool free of matches, wick trimmings or any flammable materials. Always burn your candle on a heat resistant surface. 


Discontinue use when 1/2" of wax remains on bottom of jar.  If wax is allowed to completely liquify it could overheat and cause the glass to shatter.  Use caution and always keep

container on a heat resistant surface.


For Tea Light Warmers, always use an unscented tea light when using scented Soy Wax Melts


After your melts no longer have any fragrance left you can easily remove the wax from the warmer by placing the warmer in the freezer for about 10-15 minutes.  Make sure the wax is in a solid state before putting it into the freezer.  Remove from the freezer and the wax should pop right out of the warmer.  Let warmer

get back to room temperature before using

again otherwise it may crack.





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