On the first burn, always burn for 3-4 hours to ensure an even melt pool. Melted wax should reach the sides of the container and be no more than 2 inches thick. Never burn for more than 4 hours at a time. Always trim the wick to 1/4 inches before lighting to avoid smoking and damage to the tin/jar. The tin/jar may be hot during use, so handle with care. Extinguish the candle when 1 cm of wax remains and do not relight.
Never leave a burning candle unattended. Burn candles out of reach of children and pets. Do not burn candles on or near anything that can catch fire. Only burn candles on a level and heat resistant surface. Do not allow the flame to touch the tin. You can find this information on the labels.
Wax Melt Safety
Burn within sight. Keep away from things that could catch fire. Keep away from children and pets. Remove wrapper and label before use. Use only in warmers designed for wax melts. Never add water or cover pot. Do not heat if pot contains less than 1/2 inch of wax.
Candle Lit Warmers: Use an unscented tea light in a well vented warmer. Keep wick trimmed and do not allow the flame to touch underside of melt pot.
Electric Warmers: Use only UL listed electric warmers designed for wax. Never heat on stove or other non-approved appliances. You can find this information on the labels.
Do not set scented beads on wood surfaces, plastic surfaces, or painted surfaces; the fragrance can damage these surfaces. Do not use aroma beads in a heated potpourri burner because they will melt. Do not use as candle wax, and do not place aroma beads near a flame. The fragrance oils in these aroma beads can eat through certain types of plastics, so be careful when storing these products.
Use them as air fresheners in sachets, in smelly jelly jars, in closets, in automobiles, in lockers, in shoes, in vacuum cleaners, in drawers, in vacuum cleaner bags, in air cleaner vents, and so forth.