Tips: Following these tips will help enhance your experience by maximizing candle burn times and ensuring your safety in the process.
Trim wick to 1/4" before 1st lighting. Although the wicks are designed to be self-trimming they may require extra trimming depending on the burn time
Burn jars at least 2-3 hours to keep the melt pool even
Keep out of drafts and away from children and pets
Discontinue use when 1/2 " of wax remains
If the wick goes off center, simply center it with the tip of a spoon
To clean, wash out with hot soapy water or place container or holder in the freezer for a couple of minutes, the wax should pop out easily.
Consumers are increasingly purchasing candles as a focal point for their home décor, and for aromatherapy-like relaxation and stress reduction.
Fragrance is by far the most important characteristic impacting candle purchases today, with three-fourths of candle buyers saying it is “extremely important" or "very important" in their selection of a candle.
The majority of U.S. consumers use their candles within a week of purchase.
Nine out of ten candle users say they use candles to make a room feel comfortable or cozy.
Candle users say they most frequently burn candles in the living room (42%), followed by the kitchen (18%) and the bedroom (13%).
Approximately one in five women say they use candles to decorate the yard, patio or other exterior areas, as well as the interior of their home.
Both men and women consider candles to be an always-acceptable and highly appreciated gift for a wide variety of occasions.
Candle purchasers say they view candles as an appropriate gift for the holidays (76%), as a house warming gift (74%), a hostess/dinner party gift (66%), a thank you (61%) and as adult birthday gifts (58%).