Cheshire Home Fragrance Candles

  • The burn time of our 3 and 5 wicks candles is approximately 40 hours.  The burn time of our single wick candles are approximately 40 – 50 hours.
  • Never burn your candle right to the very end – this is dangerous. Once your candle is approx. 5mm from the bottom it is officially finished and time to replace
  • All our candles are fragranced to the highest recommended percentage right through the candle.  The fragrance from you candle will last to the final burn.
  • When lighting your candle make sure you have plenty of time! If your candle is continuously lit for short periods at a time then it may tunnel downwards, causing a wall of wax to remain un-melted at the sides of the container. To avoid “tunneling” make sure that the burn pool reaches the sides of the candle container when first lit. This may take up to 2 hours.  Never burn a candle for more than 4 hours at a time.
  • Light your candle in a location that is draft-free and has a level surface. Candles become very hot and may mark your furniture so it’s a good idea to place candles on a protective, heat resistant base. Keep candles out of sunlight and away from direct heat and flammable materials.
  • Never leave your candle unattended, and do not move candles when lit.
  • Keep your candle out of reach from children and pets.
  • Never go to sleep with a candle still burning and never leave a burning candle or oil burner in a child’s bedroom.
  • Try to use snuffer or a spoon to put them out. It’s safer than blowing them out, which can send sparks and hot wax flying.
  • Double-check candles are extinguished. Candles that have been put out can go on smouldering and start a fire. Make sure they’re completely out.
  • The wicks that we use are self trimming though you may find that a little build up occurs once the candle has extinguished and the wick has cooled.  The build up can easily be removed by pinching with the tips of your fingers – only do this when the wick/ candle has reset.  Just before lighting your candle again is ideal.  Make sure that you do not pinch too much off though as this may cause the wick to become to short.  If it is too short you will run the risk of the wick drowning when you next light the candle.  If some of the sooty wick does fall onto the top of the wax,  turn the candle on its side so that the sooty wick falls easily out of the candle.  Be careful as the soot from the wick can mark furniture, walls, carpets and clothing
  • All our candles are supplied with a safety label on the bottom.

Cheshire Home Fragrance Wax Melts

  • Our wax melts are highly fragranced and should last a minimum of 12 hours.
  • Place a full or half melt – depending on size & depth of dish –  into the top of your oil burner. Do NOT add water. Place a lit tea light below and as the melt melts, the fragrance will disperse throughout the room. To remove the melt, allow to cool & reset before placing a lit tea light in your burner for about 30 seconds. The solidified wax melt should then pop out cleanly.  If there is still fragrance left in the melt, wrap in cling film and store in a safe place for future use.
  • Do NOT eat. Keep out of reach of children & pets.
  • All our wax melts are supplied with a  safety label on the bottom.

Cheshire Home Fragrance Organic Massage Melts

  • All our organic wax massage melt are supplied with a full set of instructions on how to use and are supplied with a safety label on the bottom.

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