- Our candle should not burn for longer than two hours for 12 cl Tin Jars and four hours for 30 cl jars. After putting out the flame, let the candle cool for two hours before relighting. Also, make sure you keep the flame away from moving air. Keep candle away from children, pets, curtains and other fabrics.
Never leave a burning candle unattended.
Always put candles on a heat resistant surface or use a suitable holder when burning candle.
Don't put them under shelves or other enclosed spaces.
Each of our candles burns for a varying length of time depending on their individual size and how they are cared for. We provide an estimated time on each individual candle page and recommend following our care guides to get the most out of your candles. Below is a guide for the approximate burn time of our candles – look out for our limited-edition as well.
wooden wicks are a bit different from a traditional cotton wick- they burn longer, cleaner, and have a cosy crackling ambience. but they do require a bit of extra care. here are our tips and tricks to get the most out of your sable candle:
Always trim your wick before each use, removing all charred wood from previous burns. if you don’t, the wick may not stay lit long enough to fuel the flame, causing it to extinguish itself. to trim a wooden wick remove all charred wood, we suggest a wick trimmer however if you don't have a wick trimmer simple pinch off the excess burnt wick.
Make sure to allow the wax to melt across the entire diameter of your candle on the first burn- this helps prevent tunnelling, which can impact how well the candle burns.
These few simple tips will help your candle burn clean and long for the entire life of your wooden wick candle.