Frequently Asked Questions

Burning Instructions

The first time you burn your candle, you should burn it long enough so  that the melt pool extends all the way to the edges of the container.  This breaking in process or memory burn, will ensure a clean and  efficient burning cycle for the life of the candle.

Candle Burning Times

Candle burning times will vary slightly depending on  fragrance and the placement of your candle. Drafty areas will affect  candle burning times as will the height of your wick. The longer the  wick, the shorter the candle burning time. The following candle burning  times are based on our own tests:

Our 6.5 oz. Jelly Jars: 45 - 50 hrs.
Our 3 oz. Jelly Jars: 15 - 20 hrs.

Custom Orders

Special orders are always welcome. We can produce custom color/scent combinations  for any occasion. Our 1 oz. and 3 oz. candle jars make perfect wedding  or shower favors especially when combined with a personalized label to  commemorate the occasion. 

Just contact us for a quote.

We look forward to hearing from you!

Candle Safety

Never leave a burning candle unattended. Never burn a candle on or near  anything that might catch fire. Keep candles out of the reach of  children and pets. Keep wicks trimmed to 1/4 inch. If you notice a large  flame during burning, extinguish the candle, allow it to cool and trim  the wick before re-lighting. Be sure the candle is placed on a stable,  heat-resistant surface. Never touch or move a burning candle or  container candle when the wax is liquid. Please visit our Safety page for more information from the National Candle Association.

Frosting or Bloom

All soy wax candles can have a mottled look called frosting or bloom,  this is just the nature of natural soy wax and is a crystal formation  that occurs as the candle cools. It does not effect the scent or  performance of the candle in any way. As temperature and humidity  variations can cause additional frosting, try to keep your candle out of  direct sunlight and store at approximately 70˚F.