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How to properly burn your candle -

Make sure to trim the wick to 1/4" to remove extra length or mushrooms (carbon buildup) before lighting and discard the wick trimming. For best results allow your candle to burn for 3-4 hours. The melt pool should reach the edge (or pretty close!) of the candle jar before extinguishing, this can take a few hours. Always make sure you burn your candle in a safe and stable place where you can see it. Keep away from children, pets, drafts, ect. Follow safety instructions on the warning label.

What do you use?

My candles are make with soy wax, high quality fragrance oils and paper cotton wicks. Many fragrance oils contain essential oils, however I do not make candles purely from essential oils. Soy wax is from US farmed soybeans. Wicks are lead and zinc free.

How do I clean the jar out?

When there is about 1/4" of wax left discontinue use. Once the wax hardens, it can be chipped out with a spoon. Soy wax is soft and removes pretty easily! The wick tab can be popped off with a spoon. Once you remove as much residue as possible, use some soap and warm water to remove any remaining wax & sticky tab residue. Now it's up to you! My favorite reuse idea is a planter. You can never have too many plants!

I want to use the empty pot as a planter, can I drill a hole in it?

Only if you want to break it! While it is possible when using the right tools and safety gear, it isn't very safe and you are one wrong move from a shattered pot. If you want to use your empty candle pot as a planter you can use a layer of rocks on the bottom for "drainage" or simply make sure to water lightly. This blogpost is super helpful!  Don't over water your plants and you should be ok!