To allow optimal burn of your candle we are here to provide you with some guidelines to help achieve that.

Trim your candle's wick to 1/4" before each lighting or once your candle has cooled. Never attempt to trim a burning candle. Discard the snipped portion in the trash; never leave wick trimmings in your candle jar.

The wick should always remain centered and away from the sides of the vessel. Allow the wax to melt to the edges of the jar during each burn to prevent tunneling.

The Memory Burn

A memory burn should always be the first burn your candles should experience. A memory burn is essentially a complete wet pool of melted wax. This wet pool will encompass the entire top portion of your candle (and be approximately 1/2 inch in depth). What the memory burn establishes is a guarantee that every time the candle is lit, it will retain the memory of a full melt pool. This will reduce tunneling and the excess of unmelted wax along the sides of the jar, leaving them clean.

Another advantage to a memory burn is the hot scent throw. Ensuring a memory burn in your candles will allow every gram of scented wax to be used.