Product Use & Safety Tips

  • During each candle use, it is recommended to burn it long enough to liquefy the entire top layer of wax (which can very pending on the size of the candle).  By allowing the candle to liquefy in the proper amount of time (edge-to-edge) it will keep the opening wide and preventing tunneling issues.

  • Always make sure you trim candle wicks to 1/4" before each use. This will help prevent soot and extend the life of the candle. Do not drop matches or other flammable items into the candle as it could damage your candle and be a hazard.

  • Keep candles away from items such as; curtains, or anything that could be ignited by the candle. Its important to remember that curtains and other objects can move easily and come into contact with a burning flame. Do not burn candles in a draft either.

  • Always keep candles in sight when in use and keep away from children and pets.

  • Never move a burning candle. Allow your candle to completely cool and for the wax to solidify before moving.

  • Use a candle plate to protect surfaces especially wood surfaces. Never put a candle directly on a surface that is flammable or could be damaged by heat or oil.

  • If candle wick develops a mushroom carbo tip, extinguish the candle completely and allow it to completely cool. Then you can simply remove the tip by pinching between finger. This will ensure your candle burns evenly and prevent excess wick debris from falling into the candle.

For more Candle Safety Rules please visit the NCA's Candle Safety Page





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Namdar Decor is a proud Partner, authorized by the Texas - Secretary of State, as an official Partner in Texas Businesses Against Trafficking. Namdar Decor will continue to bring awareness, and assist local, State, and Federal Law Enforcements battle this important initiative. In 2016, the Secretary of State's Office established a human trafficking prevention business partnership, Texas Businesses Against Trafficking, under §405.023 of the Texas Government Code and 1 Texas Administrative Code Chapter 90.