Candle Care

However beautiful your lit SensiChic candle may be it’s important to take care and practice the following safety measures*.

Remember, the light produced by a candle is a naked flame! Please enjoy your SensiChic candles with care.

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  • Never leave lit candles unattended. Always extinguish candles before you leave a room.
  • Never go to sleep with a candle still burning and never leave a burning candle or oil burner in a child’s bedroom.
  • Always put candles on a heat resistant surface. TVs and other plastic surfaces are not fire-resistant objects.
  • Never position candles near flammable objects such as curtains, fabrics, furniture, cuddly toys, paper objects, Christmas decorations… Basically anything that can catch fire.
  • Keep candles out of draughts but always burn candles in a well-ventilated area where there is a regular change of air.
  • Never place candles under shelves. Remember, there’s a lot of heat above a burning candle and if you put it under a shelf or other surface then it can burn the surface. Make sure there’s at least one meter (three feet) between a candle and any surface above it.
  • Never position a candle if there’s any chance you could lean across it and forget it’s there. You don’t want to set fire to your clothes or your hair.
  • Candles should always be kept out of reach of children and pets.
  • Keep candles apart. Leave at least 10cm (four inches) between two burning candles.
  • Never move a candle whilst it’s burning. The container may become very hot. Always extinguish candles before moving them.
  • For best results and to avoid smoking trim the wick to approximately 4-5mm before you light your candle. Do this each time you light your candle.
  • Always ensure the wick is positioned at the centre of the candle.
  • Don’t let anything fall into the hot wax like match-sticks and debris.
  • Never burn a candle for more than 3 hours.
  • Avoid burning a candle all the way down as this can cause excess heat and consequent cracking. We advise you to leave about 10mm of wax.
  • Always extinguish candles with care by using a snuffer or a spoon. It’s much safer than blowing them, which can cause hot wax to splash and spill.
  • Double-check they’re out. Candles that have been put out can go on smouldering and start a fire. Always make sure they’re completely out and not glowing.

*Disclaimer: The above information is given in good faith and is not intended to replace any professional advice regarding fire risk assessments on your premises.

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