There are symbols on all our candles to indicate what you should take into account to burn candles safely. This way you can optimally enjoy our candles.
Do not extinguish a candle with water.
Do not place this item on the table.
This candle is not suitable for indoor use. Only use this candle outdoors.
Always use a suitable holder as these candles will become fluid completely whilst burning.
Ventilate the room after use.
Use, preferably, a snuffer. This prevents drops of wax on table cloths, clothing etc. If you do not have a snuffer, blow carefully and hold your hand behind the candle flame.
Snuff out the candle before it has burned down to 1 centimetre from the edge of the candle-holder.
This product is not suitable for burners.
Place a tealight in a hot plate or warming stove with holes for ventilation. A candle needs oxygen to burn. Without it the candle will go out. Moreover, without ventilation, the heat in the hot plate or warming stove may increase.
Be careful. The product will get hot, don't touch it!
Do not place a burnt match or other materials in the candle wax. It may cause a second flame which will result in the candle burning in the incorrect way.
Remove the label before lighting the candle.
Never leave a burning candle unattended.
Do not move a burning candle.
Place a candle on a non flammable coaster or in a heat resistant holder. And always make sure that the candle is placed in on a level surface and cannot fall over.
The wick should not be longer than 1 cm. If the wick is longer it may smoke and flicker. If necessary, trim the wick before lighting the candle.
Make sure that the side of a pillar candle does not get too high. Trim the edge if it gets higher than 1 cm.
Place a candle straight up. A leaning candle will always drip and smoke.
Never place a burning candle near curtains or other flammable objects. It is open fire, therefore caution is always necessary.
Do not place candles in a draught. A candle placed in a draught will always smoke and drip.
Do not place a burning candle close to a heat source such as sunlight, a heater or a fireplace. Candles which are placed too close a to heat source may drip.
Burn candles out of the reach of children and pets.
Place candles at a distance of 10 cm from each other. Candles which are placed too close together can use each others’ heat which might cause dripping.