Care Instructions

Candle Care
  • Be sure that your first burn liquifies the entire top layer of wax. This prevents tunnelings and ensures even burns!
  • Our wicks are happiest when trimmed to a very short height - we recommend 1/8 of an inch. After your first burn, use a pair of scissors to trim the wick to the right length, ensuring a steady, ash-free flame.
  • Never leave a burning candle unattended. Keep lit candles in sight at all times and out of the reach of children/pets.
  • Never burn a candle on or near anything flammable, such as loose papers, fabric, books, drapes, etc. Play it safe and give your candle nice clear area to sit on.
  • Keep lit candles away from drafts, open windows, air conditioners, vents, fans, etc.
  • Extinguish the flame if it becomes too high or flickers repeatedly. Trim the wick and check for drafts before re-lighting.
  • If you’ve created a large wax pool during your burn, blow it out gently to avoid wax splattering.
  • We recommend burning for no more than four hours at a time. Swap your candle for a new one when ½ inch of wax remains.
  • YOU CAN REUSE YOUR VESSEL! We’ve used our empty ones to hold makeup brushes, pens and markers. 
There are 4 ways you can remove wax from your vessel:
  1. Freeze the Candle Wax
Cold causes wax to harden and shrink, making it easier to remove. Place the candle in the freezer for several hours or until it is frozen. The wax should pop right out of the container, but you can also loosen it with a butter knife or spoon if necessary. Scrape off any residue and then clean the container with soap and water.
  1. Use Hot or Boiling Water
Hot water can also be used to remove wax. Put the candle in the sink or on a surface protected surface. Pour boiling water into the container, leaving room at the top. The hot or boiling water will melt the wax and it will float to the top. Let the water cool and remove the wax. Strain the water to get rid of any small wax bits. (Don’t pour wax down the drain.) Scrape any remaining wax and clean with soap and water.
  1. Use the Oven
This method works well if you have several containers to clean at once. Scrape out as much wax as you can with a butter knife or spoon. Heat the oven to 180 degrees and line a rimmed baking pan with tinfoil or one or two layers of parchment paper. Place the candles upside down on the pan and set the pan in the oven. The wax will melt in about 15 minutes. Remove the pan and place on a heat-safe surface. Hold the container using a towel or pot holder and wipe the inside with a paper towel. Let the container cool and then clean with soap and water.
  1. Create a Double Boiler
Remove as much wax as you can with a butter knife or a spoon. Place the candle inside of a pot or large metal bowl on a heat-safe surface. (You can put a folded dish towel under the candle to keep it from moving in the pot.) Pour boiling water into the pot around the candle, making sure that the water does not get into the candle jar. Let the jar sit in the hot water until the wax has softened. Hold the jar in one hand and use a butter knife to loosen the wax. Remove the container from the water, pop out the wax, and then wash with soap and water.
  • Some pieces include real broken glass/crystal pieces and can be very sharp. Be sure to wear appropriate gloves while handling.
  • Epoxy Resin is UV sensitive, appropriate UV blockers are used in the formula but may yellow over time with exposure to sunlight. Keep all pieces out of direct sunlight.
  • Epoxy Resin can be easily scratched and marked. Avoid the use of chemical and abrasive cleaners. Clean with window cleaner and soft cloth. To remove dust in textured areas, use a microfibre duster or non-residue compressed air.
  • Do NOT cut on epoxy resin.
  • Coasters are not intended for hot objects. Heat tolerance up to 120 degrees fahrenheit.
  • Use coasters or felt protection when placing heavy, hot or abrasive items onto tables & trays.