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Care & Use of Our Products

jar candles

 

  1. Place the jar candle on a heat resistant surface before lighting.

  2. The first time you light the candle burn it continuously until the wax melts to the edge of the jar to ensure that all the wax will be used every time. Soy wax has a memory and this prevents the candle from tunnelling.

  3. Do not use the lid to snuff the candle. Blow it out or use a wick snuffer then replace the lid once the smoke dissipates. If you use the lid to snuff the candle the fragrance can become tainted by the smell of the smoke.

  4. Before lighting the candle again trim by removing the bent, burnt, brittle part of the wick. The remaining part of the wick will be appropriately trimmed and ready to go.

  5. Do not burn the candle for more than 4 hours at a time.

  6. Do not move a lighted candle.

  7. Keep away from children, pets & drafts.

  8. Read the warning label on the underside of the candle before using.

  9. If you spill the wax, let it set and then lift it off. You can wash with warm water and a little dish washing liquid.

  10. Extreme environmental temperatures may cause melting.

  11. When you finish with the candle wash the jar in warm, soapy water to use as a container in your home.

  12. Do not ingest. 

 
reed diffusers

 

  1. Your reed diffuser comes in a glass bottle with a silicone bung and a decorative lid. It also comes with a bundle of bamboo reeds.

  2. Remove all items from the packaging. 

  3. Unscrew the decorative lid and carefully remove the bung from the top of the jar.

  4. Replace the lid (but not the bung).

  5. Insert the reeds into the neck of the bottle through the decorative lid.

  6. Place the reed diffuser on a level surface away from drafts, children and pets.

  7. Our reed diffusers are made with vegetable carrier oil and bamboo reeds. They do not include alcohol or additives. Our  reeds will only need turning when you want a fragrance boost.

  8. Environmental factors, such as overhead fans and air conditioning, may effect the longevity of the diffuser.

  9. Do not light the reeds.

  10. Do not ingest. 

 
melts

 

  1. Soy wax melts are designed for use with a melt warmer. They come in a box of 4. Please use one at a time.

  2. Simply remove one melt from the box and place in the top of your warmer. Large side down.

  3. Follow the instructions that have come with your melt warmer.

  4. If you spill the wax, let it set and then lift it off. You can wash with warm water.

  5. ​Extreme environmental temperatures may cause melting

  6. Do not ingest. 

 
Cement Jars - Australian Naturally

 

  1. Place the cement jar on a heat resistant surface before lighting.

  2. The first time you light the candle burn it continuously until the wax melts to the edge of the cement jar to ensure that all the wax will be used every time. Soy wax has a memory and this prevents the candle from tunnelling.

  3. Do not use the lid to snuff the candle. Blow it out or use a wick snuffer then replace the lid once the smoke dissipates. If you use the lid to snuff the candle the fragrance can become tainted by the smell of the smoke.

  4. Before lighting the candle again trim by removing the bent, burnt, brittle part of the wick. The remaining part of the wick will be appropriately trimmed and ready to go.

  5. Do not burn the candle for more than 4 hours at a time.

  6. Do not move a lighted candle.

  7. Keep away from children, pets & drafts.

  8. Read the warning label on the underside of the candle before using.

  9. If you spill the wax, let it set and then lift it off. You can wash with warm water and a little dish washing liquid.

  10. Extreme environmental temperatures (such as leaving it outside on a very hot day) may cause the wax to melt.

  11. When you finish with the candle wash the cement jar in warm, soapy water to use as a container in your home.

  12. Do not ingest. 

  13. May be used indoors or outdoors.

 
Travel Tins - now in 21 fragrances

 

  1. Place the tin on a heat resistant, level surface before lighting.

  2. The first time you light the candle burn it continuously until the wax melts to the edge of the tin to ensure that all the wax will be used every time. Soy wax has a memory and this prevents the candle from tunnelling.

  3. Do not use the lid to snuff the candle. Blow it out or use a wick snuffer then replace the lid once the smoke dissipates. If you use the lid to snuff the candle the fragrance can become tainted by the smell of the smoke.

  4. Before lighting the candle again trim by removing the bent, burnt, brittle part of the wick. The remaining part of the wick will be appropriately trimmed and ready to go.

  5. Do not burn the candle for more than 4 hours at a time.

  6. Do not move a lighted candle.

  7. If you are travelling, ensure the wax has hardened before moving it (if you tip it whilst molten the wax might spill).

  8. Keep away from children, pets & drafts.

  9. Read the warning label on the underside of the candle before using.

  10. If you spill the wax, let it set and then lift it off. You can wash with warm water and a little dish washing liquid.

  11. Extreme environmental temperatures (such as leaving it outside on a very hot day) may cause the wax to melt.

  12. When you finish with the candle wash the tin in warm, soapy water to use as a container in your home.

  13. Do not ingest. 

  14. May be used indoors or outdoors

  15. Great for travel or camping.

 
 
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