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Wax Melt & Candle Safety Information
Please exercise caution when using our products and follow the below safety instructions. 365 Body Love LLC and its owners shall not be held liable for injury, death, or damage to property, due to noncompliance with the following safety instructions.
Warning: To prevent fire or injury, remove packaging before use. Use only in tea-light warmers or UL listed electric warmers approved for wax melts. Read and follow all instructions provided with your warmer before use. Do NOT leave melter unattended while in use. Keep out of reach of children and pets.
Instructions: Do NOT add water. Do NOT melt on stovetop or in non-approved appliances. Use only in well ventilated areas away from flammable objects. Discontinue use if dish contains less than 1/2" of wax.
Burn within sight. Keep away from flammable objects. Keep away from children and pets.
- It is important that your first burn is approximately 2-4 hours OR until your candle reaches a full melt pool (melted wax from edge to edge) before you blow your candle out. Doing this will ensure an even burn throughout your candles life. Wax has AMAZING memory which is why your first burn is so important. You candle will remember to burn evenly each time you light it which is why the first burn is so important.
- Make sure your wick is always trimmed to 1/4" before you relight your candle! Your first burn should be good to go, as I properly trim each wick before shipping. Before you relight your candle, gently pinch (or cut) the burnt tips of your wick.
- Wood wicks are a little tricky to work with sometimes, but once they get going, the sound and ambience they give off is beautiful. During your first light, it helps to tilt your candle and light the EDGE of the wick so your flame travels from edge to edge. You might need to hold your lighter to the edge of your wick for several seconds during this process as the melted wax is fuel to your flame! If your flame burns out right away, don't panic. Sometimes, you'll need to do this process a few times.
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