SPRUCE RESIN - Veggie CandleRegular price €26.00 Save Liquid error (product-template line 131): -Infinity%
Spruce Resin - An earthy curative sense Natural rapeseed- and soy wax candle with a Finnish Aspen heart. Includes also Finnish fir resin. Experience the cosy comfort of a glowing fireplace anywhere in your home. The soothing crackle and the long, dancing flame of Aspen heart wick. Flame allows you to relive fond memories or create new ones in a warm, comfortable atmosphere. So enjoy more than just a candle- you smell the smoked wood aroma, spruce resin and selected essential oils.
Country of origin Finland
Burning time up to 40 hours
Non -GMO rapeseed wax, non-GMO soy wax, spruce resin (Finland), wood wick aspen (Finland)
No preservatives, Alcohol, Synthetics, Water, Colour or Plastic
Only burn the candle for a maximum of 3 hours Trim wood wick to around 5mm before lighting and between each burn. Burns for up to 40 hours The gentle crackle and unique flicker of wood wick candles make for a super cosy ambience, but they can be a little tricky to burn if you're not used to them. Wooden wicks burn a bit differently than traditional cotton wicks do, and there are a few common issues that cause them to not stay lit. But don’t worry! If you remember just a few best practices, it should be smooth sailing and long clean burns from here on out.
1) The first burn is the most important - how to do it right Give your candle enough burning time to develop a melted wax pool that goes all the way to the edge of the container on the first use - this can take up to a few hours, depending on candle size. Believe it or not, your jar candles have a kind of “wax-memory,” and once a burning pattern has been established, it can be hard to change.
2) Keep your wood wick trimmed short and free of charred bits For optimal burn, keep your wood wick trimmed to about ⅛”, and clean off any burnt wood from previous use.
3) How to fix a candle that’s tunnelling: If your wood wick or jar candle has developed some tunnelling from shorter burns, you can usually fix it - here’s how: First and best option: if your candle will stay lit, give it a good long burn until all the wax is melted to the edge of the jar, and you’ve effectively “reset” the memory of the wax. The flame height may vary when you do this, but as long as there is still a burn, it should continue to create a melt pool, just be patient. We hope you found these burning tips helpful!