Candles bring us memories and emotions. For more continuous use and experience, please read our guide outlined below for you

Trim the wick at least 1 inch before lighting the candle. This prevents uneven combustion.

Avoid using it in places with high ventilation and airflow. This will help prevent rapid or uneven combustion and excessive dripping.

Burn for 2-3 hours when lighting candles. This will help candles burn evenly and remember to trim the wick before each burning.

Do not leave burning candles unattended or lit while sleeping. If you are leaving, please make sure that the candle is out.

To be on the safe side, stop burning candles when there is still 1 inch of wax in the container.

Burn multiple candles at least 3 inches apart. This is to make sure they don't melt into each other.

If the flame becomes too high or flashes repeatedly, put out the candle. Before relighting, let the candle cool and trim the wick to see if there is any excess interference.

Be extra careful when burning candles during a power outage. Battery-powered lights, such as flashlights, are safer sources of light in the event of a power outage.

Keep candles away from furniture, curtains, bedding, carpets, books, paper, flammable decorations, etc.

Keep candles out of reach of children and pets. Do not put lighted candles in places that may be knocked over by children, pets or anyone else.

When putting out the candle, if any, use the candle extinguisher to extinguish the candle, as this is the safest way to prevent hot wax from splashing. Do not extinguish the candle with water, which may cause hot wax spatter and break glass containers.

Before leaving the room, make sure that the candle is completely extinguished and that no wick embers glow.