How to get the best from your products
All our products should be kept out of reach from children and pets.
It is your responsibility to ensure you follow our safety advise.
- Trim your Wicks – Before lighting ensure your candle wick is between 3-6mm
- Do not burn for longer than 4 hours. But burn your candle long enough to ensure the wax melts to the side or nearly to the side of the container.
- Do not leave wick deposits in the wax.
- Ensure you candle is place on a heat proof surface.
- When burning more than one candle, ensure there is at least 15cm between candles.
- Keep your candle away from drafts
- Never move a burning candle
- Extinguish your candle using a snuffer, it is not recommended you blow your candle out.
Wax Melts – How to use wax melts & wax burners
Wax melts are shaped pieces of scented wax. The wax is filled with fragrance, so once melted the aroma will fill the home for you to enjoy. Wax melts are very easy to use and are very clean. Simply place your melt into your burner/warmer, with an unscented tea light underneath, (it is recommended that you only use your burner for a maximum of 4 hours) or an electric burner. DO NOT ADD WATER & DO NOT OVERFILL YOUR BURNER.
A wax melt will NOT evaporate, it is the fragrance that burns off, so once you can no longer smell the fragrance it is time for a change! A wax melt can be used several times before needing to be changed, this will vary from scent to scent and can be anything from 6 to 12 hours. When you can no longer smell it, simply remove & add a new melt.
The best way to remove a wax melt, is to heat the wax melt for about 30-60 seconds and the old wax will slide off the dish for you to dispose, having kitchen paper to hand can help with this.
Reed diffusers are designed to gently fragrance a room. They are not designed to fill a room with fragrance. Reed diffusers create a subtle aroma, only notice as you walk or stand near by.
Reed diffusers work by the reeds soaking up the fragrance, therefore it is important that you turn your reeds regularly to ensure the fragrance keeps diffusing. It is advised you wear a disposable glove when turning your reeds to avoid getting the liquid on your skin.
Reed diffusers warm best in warm rooms but do not put them on top of radiators or in direct sunlight as they liquid will evaporate more quickly.
Room sprays are perfect for those who like a quick blast of fragrance. It is important that when you spray your fragrance you point and spray up into the air. Do not spray directly onto furniture or furnishings.