Glasshouse Candles are among the leaders in the fragrant candle market.
They have the most gorgeous fragrances for your home. As well as a beautiful fragrance the jar can be re-used as a sealable storage jar after the candle has burnt away.
The candles are available in 2 sizes @ $39.95 and $18.95 Mini Candle.
Also in the range you can find Diffusers @ $39.95, Nourishing Body Bars @ $14.95, Hand Cremes @ $24.95 and also Hand Wash @ $24.95.
Burning instructions –
Be sure to follow these burning instructions carefully
We want you to love every moment of this triple scented candle, however the use of candles requires caution and awareness of the associated risks so please ensure these safety precautions are always fully adhered to.
- Prior to lighting make sure both wicks are 5mm in length.
- Keep the wicks centred at all times.
- Double wick candles always require both wicks to be burning simultaneously and with both wicks at the same length.
- Place your candle in an area free from drafts to discourage dripping and smoking.
- Never leave a burning candle unattended.
- Keep out of reach of children and animals.
- Only burn candles in or on suitable holders and place them on heat and fire resistant surfaces.
- Smoking is caused by a wick that needs to be trimmed. Always keep the wicks rather short (5mm). Get in the habit of trimming the wicks between burns (or every 3-4 hours if the candle is burning continuously). If the wicks are not trimmed accordingly, you may accumulate black carbon residue at the top of the glass which can easily be wiped clean with a dry paper towel.
- To prevent possible cracking or shattering of your glass jar: extinguish your candle before the liquid wax gets too deep (approximately 12mm), allow the wax to become solid and then trim the wicks and relight if required. This will prevent your wicks from falling over and overheating the glass which can lead to cracking or shattering.
- Discontinue burning when the candle has 5mm of wax at the bottom. The glass is vulnerable to heat and could crack or break when there isn’t enough wax to absorb the heat.