Craftsman's advice

You've unpacked your candle and your mist, now it's up to you to take care of it. Don't worry, I will support you in this perilous mission.

Scented candle

Take care of your candle

Find the perfect place

Place your candle on a flat surface, away from drafts and direct sunlight. To best diffuse the fragrance, find a central place for it in your room.

light your candle

I strongly advise you to light your candle with a match for two reasons. The first, you will be much more precise and you will avoid blackening the glass and accidentally burning the wax.

Take your time

Leave your candle burning for periods of one to two hours. This will prevent the formation of a well around the wick and allow your candle to melt evenly. For the first combustion, I advise you to let your scented candle burn for two hours.

Extinguish your scented candle

To extinguish your candle, I advise you to use a snuffer or gently blow out the flame. Wait for the wax to cool and harden to reseal your candle.

Do not use the lid to extinguish your candle. This could damage the wax + perfume mixture and the lid. By creating a closed area, you allow the end-of-combustion smoke to inadvertently scent the still liquid wax.

Take care of the wick

Before each burn, cut your wick to a length of about 5 to 10 millimeters. This allows the candle to burn well and thus avoid black smoke. Also check that the wick remains centered and vertical during the various ignitions.

Vegetal mist

Take care of your mist

Test first

Test on an unimportant fabric before spraying on your curtain or sofa, the mist may leave a stain. Spray at least 50 cm from surfaces (textiles, objects, walls etc...).

Two sprays are enough

Two sprays are enough to perfume a room of 10m2.

Optimal experience

For the best experience, spray 2-3 times a day. Ventilate your room before each new spray.

And if, despite these tips, questions remain, you can let us know.