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Most orders are processed & shipped out within 2-3 business days. Occasionally items may require additional time, such as made to order candles. I work as quickly as possible, but please remember this is a one woman operation & clay is a slow process. :) Items will ship out together once all items are ready for shipment.
If you are near Peoria, AZ you can pick up your order! Pick up is around 75th ave & Thunderbird. Just leave me a note in checkout, and I will refund the shipping charges after you pick up your order.
Shipping (especially international) is expensive. Ceramics are also very fragile and require adequate packing materials. Your shipping charges are based on calculated shipping costs & packaging material. I do not have control over shipping costs.
international shipping / customs / import taxes :
Buyers are responsible for any customs and import taxes that may apply. I'm not responsible for delays due to customs.
Make sure to trim the wick to 1/4" before lighting and discard the wick trimming. Trimming the wick will keep the flame a safe size & your candle will actually burn longer! Makes sense right? A wick that is too long will make a flame that is too big and will burn through the candle quicker. Uhh.. no thanks. TRIM YOUR WICKS!! The melt pool should reach the edge of the candle before extinguishing, this can take up a few hours. As always make sure your candle is in a safe place and where you can see it. Follow safety instructions on the warning label.
Just a few really awesome reasons! It is a renewable, carbon neutral resource which supports American farmers (hello, made in the USA)! Soy also burns cleaner and longer than its paraffin counterpart. Personally I really like that it doesn't release harmful toxins, since these bad boys are all handmade!
can I reuse the jar?
OF COURSE! I'm so glad you asked! When there is about 1/4" of wax left discontinue use. Once the wax hardens, it can be chipped out with a spoon. A little soap and water will remove the wax residue & sticky. Now it's up to you! My favorite reuse idea is a planter. You can never have too many plants!
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