- Never leave a burning candle unattended
- Always burn candles on a flat, heat resistant surface
- Keep candles out of reach of children and pets
- Do not move a candle when it is burning or while the wax is still hot
- Always keep candles away from overhanging hazards
- Trim the week before relighting
- Allow the entire surface of the candle to become molten as this will ensure an even burn and prevent tunnelling
- Keep wax pool free from debris such as match ends and wick trimmings.
- Allow your candle to solidify before re-lighting.
- Do not burn candles for longer than 4 hours or less than 1 hour
- Do not burn your candle right down to the bottom, leave a layer of wax to protect the wick base – this is when you need to say goodbye!
- Place the melt square(s) in the bowl of your burner, place an unscented tealight underneath and light – be careful not to overfill the bowl
- Never leave a burning candle/tealight unattended
- Always place burners on a flat, heat resistant surface and away from draughts
- Keep wax melts out of reach of children and pets
- Do not move a burner if the wax is still hot
- Always keep candles away from overhanging hazards such as curtains, blinds and furniture
- Melts can be relighted until the fragrance has evaporated
- To remove excess wax from your burner, leave the vessel in a freezer to allow the wax to shrink. Remove the wax and rinse the burner with hot (not boiling) water.
- Keep reed diffusers out of reach of children and pets
- Do not place your reed diffuser directly onto a polished or painted surface
- Wipe up any spillages immediately
- To keep a good scent, turn your reeds regularly
- Some discolouration may occur to the reeds due to the high concentration of fragrance oil
FLOWER REED DIFFUSERS
- Place on a flat, level surface
- Keep out of reach of children and pets
- Place your diffuser jar and a flat surface
- Place the flowers in the diffuser jar – the flowers will draw up the fragrance through the reed and into the petals giving a strong long lasting fragrance
- Some discolouration may occur to the flowers due to the high concentration of fragrance oil being drawn into the flower.