|Hand Rolled Beeswax Candles by Jamerson's Crafts
- Never leave a burning candle unattended.
- Keep wick trimmed to 1/4 inch for best burning. Long wicks can cause uneven burning, dripping, smoking or flaring.
- Thick gobs (mushrooms) on the top of wicks may occur after burning your candle for a long time. Extinguish your candle, allow it to cool completely and trim the wick.
- Never leave wick trimming, matches or any other material in the wax pool as this can be a fire hazard.
- Keep burning candles away from children, pets and flammable objects.
- Keep away from drafts, air vents, air currents and ceiling fans. These will cause your beeswax candle to drip, burn unevenly and decrease burn time.
- Trim wicks to 1/4 inch before each use for best burning. You will need to extinguish the candle flame and trim the wick as needed.
- Keep matches, wick trimmings and other trash out of the candle wax.
- Extinguish candles when they get to within 1" of their holder.
- Avoid walking with or moving lit candles.
- Extinguish your beeswax candle if the flame becomes too high or flickers repeatedly. Let the candle cool, trim the wick and check for unwanted drafts before re-lighting.
- Keep the wick centered. Simply move the extinguished wick to center with something heat proof.
- Use an appropriate heat resistant candle holder when burning your candle.
- Burn on a level candle safe surface.
- Pillar candles may need to have the wax on the outside edge gently folded in towards the wick to fully burn all of the wax.
- For best results use a candle snuffer.
- Pure beeswax candles may develop a film called bloom which can be easily removed if you wish by putting the candles in a warm environment or applying a warm stream of air over the candle for about one minute.