How to burn WoodWick candles properly

Lighting a candle is no science. But WoodWick are not just any candles. They are unique, made of high quality waxes, in clear blown glass and with a natural wooden wick. WoodWick candles are magical, so even in their proper burning there is a small charm. When you "pronounce it" correctly, you get what you want - a unique atmosphere full of harmonious scents to the sound of a crackling fire in the fireplace.

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Before lighting a WoodWick candle, keep in mind that a wooden wick is a little different from ordinary cotton. The wooden one just needs to light at one end, then the flame spreads and the wick starts to crack.

Let the candle burn until the wax dissolves on all sides of the glass container. It takes about 30 minutes, up to an hour, depending on the size and shape of the glass. The wax will not remain along the edges and a so-called tunnel will not be created.

The height of the flame can vary, but you don't have to worry - even a small flame that may seem to burn is burning. If the candle starts to smoke or the flame increases to 4 cm, we recommend blowing out the candle, letting it cool down and shortening the wick to 0.3 to 0.6 mm.

Never move the candle while it is burning, as the wax is hot and the wick could easily drown in it. Do not expose it to drafts, do not leave it near an open window, fan or air conditioner. The ideal place for burning is a flat heat-resistant surface and a wooden decorative candle lid can be used as a base, which is adapted to this.

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As soon as you extinguish the candle, the wax hardens again and waits until you crave its aroma again. However, if there is about the last 1 cm of wax at the bottom, do not light the candle again. For your safety, the WoodWick is made to go out on its own as soon as the bottom approaches.

Now all you have to do is choose the right scent and enjoy with these few little tips a properly burning and crackling deception with WoodWick candles, which will enchant you and everyone who visits you.

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