1. Before lighting the spark plug, fully unpack it, making sure that all paper or plastic packing materials have been removed.

2. Shorten the spark plug regularly, leaving it up to 5-8 cm long. Also, if a so-called "cap" has formed on the wick, be sure to cut it, this is a natural phenomenon.

3. Always burn the candle until the wax surface is completely melted, reaches the walls of the container or follow the minimum / maximum burning intervals specified on the packaging exclusively by the specific manufacturer (this may take longer due to the hardness of the wax for the first time). Failure to follow the recommendations will affect the quality of the candle - a so-called "wax" tunnel "will form.

4. Black smoke after a long burn is a sign that the wick is too long. The candle must be extinguished before the wick is cut.

5. A few minutes after the candle has been extinguished and before the wax has completely set, the wick should be straightened to its original position.

6. Never burn the candle again with about 1-2 cm of wax left on the bottom.


• Do not leave a burning candle unattended.

• Do not burn near / on flammable objects.

• Keep burning candles out of the reach of children and animals.

• Do not leave wicked cuts or matches in the candle.

• Keep the spark plug away from drafts, fans and other air currents. Do not place candles next to each other closer than 10 cm.

• Do not extinguish the spark plug with water, and use a special cap / extinguisher when blowing.

• Before leaving the room, make sure that the candle is completely extinguished and that the wick does not burn.

• Never use a candle as a light source at night.

• If the candle contains any additives, such as dried petals or other dry matter, watch the candle as such additives can easily catch fire.


All aromatic oils used can cause an allergic skin reaction. They are harmful to aquatic organisms, cause long-term adverse effects in the aquatic environment.

Dispose of contents / container after disposal according to local regulations.

Aromatic oils contain Iso E-Super, Linalool, d-Limonene, delta-1- (2,6,6-Trimethyl-3-cyclohexen-1-yl) -2-buten-1-one. Some oils contain coumarin, eucalyptol, Methyl atrarate, Tetrahydrolinalool. They can cause an allergic reaction