Safety information for our candles

  • Never leave candles burning unattended.
  • Candles should not burn near children and animals.
  • Make sure that candles are never placed too close together or one below the other. As a rule, a safety distance of 10 cm between the candles is recommended. In height this is approx. 30 cm.
  • Candles should not be placed too close to flammable objects such as curtains.
  • Be sure to use suitable, fireproof candle plates.
  • The candle should find a firm footing on the candle plate. Make sure you are in a straight position.
  • Match residue, pieces of wick or other foreign objects do not belong in the candle.
  • The wick should be a maximum of about 6 to 7 millimeters. The thicker the wick, the shorter it should be.
  • Candles do not tolerate drafts: they start to soot, drip and burn unevenly.
  • Heat sources also affect the burning of candles.
  • If soot is visible, carefully shorten the wick, if necessary extinguish the candle.
  • Never bend or break a frozen wick.
  • Straighten the cotton wick when lighting a new candle.
  • Always let the candles burn at least until the whole burning bowl is liquid.
  • Smother the candle flame, do not blow it out - it is best to dip the wick into the liquid wax mass to extinguish it and put it back in its original position.
  • Find a quiet spot for your candles.
  • Do not extinguish the candle flame with water
  • No liability is accepted for damage resulting from improper use.