GET THE MOST BURN
FOR YOUR BUCK
The first time you burn your candle you should let it burn at least 2 hours, or until the melt pool hits the inside edge of the jar. Each time thereafter, burn until you’ve fully re-established the melt pool to prevent tunneling. This ensures your wax will melt evenly and you will burn every last drop of wax.
WHEN IN DOUBT,
TRIM YOUR WICK
If you are experiencing problems with an unusually large flame or your wick staying lit, it usually just means your wick needs a trim. Trim the top of the wick and discard the remnants before lighting.
Keep your wick trimmed to 1/8” at all times. It is suggested to trim the wick every four hours of burn time. Doing all of this helps keep your flame the appropriate size for the safest and longest possible burn time.
REUSE, RECYCLE, UPCYCLE
Once you’re ready to repurpose your candle jar, follow these instructions to remove the remaining wax and wick from the container:
Fill glass with about 2 inches of boiling water
Use a butter knife to carve into the wax and lift it up as much as possible
Pop wick tab out from the bottom (use the knife to pry it up if necessary)
Use hot water or rubbing alcohol to clean out any remaining wax or soot from jar
Turn your jar into a holder for succulents, office supplies, trinkets, etc. Use your vessel for whatever you'd like!