Aromatique Candles - A Common Sense Guide To Safe Use
Do Aromatique Candlewicks contain lead?
No, Aromatique candlewicks
are lead-free. Aromatique wicks are manufactured in the
United States, and only pure zinc-core wicks are used for
safe, high-quality performance.
Product Safety: Candles
Never leave a burning
Never burn a candle to a
point less than 1/2 ince from the candle bottom. DISCONTINUE
USE OF THE CANDLE WHEN 1/2 INCH REMAINS. This will prevent
damage to furniture and/or possible candle container
Extinguishing the candle
flame with a candlesnuffer is the preferred method. If a
candlesnuffer is not available, extinguish the candle by
holding your finger in front of the flame before blowing.
This will cause airflow around the finger, extinguishing the
candle from both sides, and will prevent hot wax from
Keep all flammable items,
children and pets away from burning candles.
It is always best to burn
candles in appropriate holders placed on heat resistant
Do not place candles in or
around decorative room fragrance, which can easily catch on
Keep the wax pool free of
all wick trimmings, matches or foreign objects that could
present a fire hazard.
Never burn candles in
cracked, chipped or scratched containers.
Do not allow the flame to
contact the container's surface directly.
Place lighted candles at
least 3 inches apart from one another.
Never touch or move any
candle or candle container when the wax is liquid.
Keep candles out of drafts
Extinguish candle if it
smokes, flickers repeatedly, or flame becomes too high.
Burning and Clean-up Tips
Always store candles in a
cool, dry and dark area. Hot temperatures and direct
sunlight may damage a candle's shape, color and texture.
Trim a cool wick
to 1/4-inch to insure a clean, smoke-free burn.
Before guests arrive, it
is a good idea to light then extinguish the candles. The
candles will light quickly and easily later. Allow candles
to cool completely before relighting.
Wax spilled on most
washable fabrics may be removed with the following
procedures: 1) Remove all excess wax. 2) Pre-treat with a
degreaser. 3) Place the soiled area of fabric under hot
running water - the hottest water temperature recommended on
the care label. OR Place the fabric on a
white paper towel with the backside of the fabric facing up.
Release the wax with the warmest iron setting recommended on
the care label.