Oregon Pear | Soy Wax Candle in Tin
Oregon Pear | Soy Wax Candle in Tin

Oregon Pear | Soy Wax Candle in Tin


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Description

Rich, sweet, buttery, fresh, crisp pear. Mouthwatering! Oregon has the best tasting and smelling pears!

Why Soy Wax?

  • Soy wax is non-toxic and clean burning unlike most candles that are made from paraffin wax (a petroleum product) which when burned emits many carcinogenic toxins and produces ugly black soot.
  • Soy wax is long burning. It burns cooler, slower and longer than traditional paraffin candles.
  • Soy wax is biodegradable and renewable. Soybeans are a naturally biodegradable and renewable resource grown in the USA.
  • Soy wax is easy to clean from materials or surfaces.
Burn time

35+ hours

Candle burning tips
  • Never leave a burning candle unattended. Keep out of reach of children and pets.
  • To promote even burning, keep candles away from drafts.
  • Keep the wick trimmed to ¼ inch. Trim the wick with scissors while the wick is still warm and flexible.
  • Never touch the wick when it is cold as it may break.
  • When burning candles, let them burn long enough each time to create a pool of wax that almost covers the diameter of the candle.
  • The first time you light your candle, let it burn uninterrupted for 2 ½ to 3 hours.
  • If it appears that the wax pool is not centered, use a non-flammable implement to push the wick a little towards the thick side.
  • If a pillar does drip (it should not), it should be extinguished and allowed to cool before re-lighting, and if a channel has formed in the side, it should be plugged with some wax.
  • To avoid smoke, extinguish candles by pushing the wick into the wax pool with a non-flammable implement, then gently pulling it straight.
  • If a thick wall develops, due to not burning long enough over several burns, cut the candle wall down to the level of the wax pool and resume proper burning times (1 hr. for every inch in diameter)

 

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