All light colors fade with ultraviolet light and sunlight. The candle industry is continually working to improve products to make candle products more color fast with less fading. Direct or very intense lighting fade or discolor candles more quickly. Color fade does not affect burning quality of the candle or the fragrance.

Burning Instructions - Our candles are clean burning when burned properly.
Guarantee your household’s maximum safety and peak performance of our quality candles by following the burning instructions on our candle disclaimer. All candles are formulated differently, with different wicks and waxes; the products are based on product testing to get the best performance for that particular candle type. Longer burn time provides more candle for your money.

  • Trim your wicks to about ¼” this helps regulate the flame height and reduce smoking and sooting, keeping melt pool clean of foreign objects.
  • Our votives burn the same as our jarred candles so always burn our votive candles in a snug fitting votive holder. To receive maximum quality and burn time do not place in a large holder and do not burn free standing.
  • Keep candles out of drafts and away from drapes while our products are successfully tested, drafts and air circulation near a candle will affect it's performance.
  • Burn to within ¼” from the bottom of container.
  • To extinguish your burning candle, dip wick into melt pool then lift & reposition wick.
  • Keep votives in your refrigerator prior to burning will lengthen their burn time. DO NOT freeze.
Safety Tips
Here are some candle safety tips:
  • Always keep a burning candle within sight
  • Never burn a candle on or near anything that can catch fire
  • Keep burning candles out of reach of children and pets
  • Always extinguish all candles before leaving the house
  • Always read and follow the manufacturer’s instructions carefully
  • Trim wicks to ¼ inch prior to each use unless the instruction tell you to do otherwise
  • Always use an appropriate candleholder and place on a stable, heat resistant surface
  • Keep burning candles away from drafts
  • Extinguish the flame if it comes too close to the holder or container, typically when 1-2 inches of wax remains for most candles and ½ to ¼ inch for container or jar candles

For additional safety tips, visit the candle fire safety page of the National Candle Association website at

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