Zionsville Soy Candle Company Blog

Monday, September 15, 2008
Here are a few safety measures that you should be aware of:
1. Never burn a jar candle that may be broken or chipped.

2. Glass containers may become very hot be careful that the glass is cool before handling.

3. Don’t burn candles near flammable objects, and keep them out of reach of children and pets.

4. Always place your candle on an even surface.

5. Most of the candle lids are for cosmetic appeal only do not burn your candle with the lid on.

Our wick trimmer is one of the best designs that you will find on the market. It is well designed and works well with any candle. You want to keep your wicks trimmed to ¼-inch long and this should be strictly maintained. When burning your candle let the wax soften to the edges of your jar every time when it is burned. This process may take about 2-3 hours this will help your candle to burn completely. You can use a snuffer to force the burning wick under the melting wax for a couple of seconds to put the candle out or you can simply blow it out and place your lid on top this will help to remove the smoke odor as much as possible.

A distinct 1/4 – inch foot at the bottom is the secret to our wick trimmer, which prevents over-trimming. And it also guarantees that the candle lasts longer.

• Each time that you use the trimmer just use the measuring to allow a perfect cutting length of your wick. As a result, there will be no Over Trimming.

• The design of the trimmer itself fits very easily into any candle.

Exclusive trash tray catches wick trimming.

• Durable stainless steel keeps your wick trimmer sharp and looking like new.

• Pointed blades cut accurately through any wick.

• Candles will burn much cleaner when the wicks are kept trimmed.

by: Zionsville Candle Company    


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