How to Care for your Candles December 02 2016
#3. Burn Safely. This means different things for different people, but if you have children or (or a cat, like Apollo here) it's extra important to make sure that your candle is in a safe place. While you naturally want to make sure your candle is in a place where it's out of their reach, also make sure it's not sitting somewhere where it could fall over if a piece of furniture is bumped (or climbed on). And of course, if you're relaxing and may fall asleep, be sure to blow your candle out well in advance.
#5. Know When to Say Goodbye. At some point, even the biggest, baddest, longest burning candle will have outlived it's usefulness. If your candle is in a glass jar, you may be able to clean and re-purpose the jar, or recycle at your local center. At Sophie Stargazer, we will give you $1 off of your next Dreamingtree candle when you bring in your previously-used candle jar - every day!
Good To Know: Most candles will easily fill one standard room with scent. Dreaming Tree Soapworks candles are scent-tested in rooms of 11x15 by Meghan herself for an ideal scent distribution. If you have a larger room or open concept, you may need multiple candles spaced safely apart to distribute scent throughout the home - just be sure to use the same scent so as to not confuse your nose!
Now after all of that, it's time for me to put down the computer and pickup my box of matches, because I'm craving the warmth of the Harvest candle to relax the rest of the evening!