ART OF BURNING

BEFORE IGNITE THE CANDLE
Turn the wicks regularly so that they do not exceed 0.5 cm in length.

DURING BURNING
Allow the candle to burn for a minimum of 1-3 hours once to completely melt its surface.  The wax must be allowed to become liquid so that the candle burns properly and moves evenly on all sides.

AFTER CANDLE EXTINGUISHING
Before the wax is hardened again, if the wick has shifted from the centimeter, move it vertically to its original position so that the candle burns evenly and does not form unburned wax.
To prevent soot from appearing, clean the inside of the candle regularly.

NEVER burn the last 1 cm of wax to avoid the flame coming into contact with the porcelain, as this will cause it to break.

SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS

Important.  Failure to follow the safety instructions may result in fire or health hazard.
Download the safety manual PDF here.

  • Burn a candle in your sight.
  • Keep away from flammable things.
  • Keep out of reach of children and pets.
  • Always leave at least 20 cm between burning candles.
  • Do not place candles near a heat source.
  • Place candles on a heat-resistant surface.
  • To reduce soot formation, the wick should be reduced to 0.5 cm each time before re-lighting the candle.
  • Avoid burning candles in the wind.
  • The candle container must not contain wick clippings, matches and other debris. Extinguish the candle if: it emits smoke, flashes repeatedly, the flame becomes too high or if only 1 cm of wax remains.