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    BEESWAX TEA LIGHTS (6 Pack)

    BEES WAX WORKS BEESWAX TEA LIGHTS (6 Pack)

    C$11.00

    Product Description

    These hand poured tea light candles are a versatile favourite. Clean burning with a soft scent of honey make these an easy choice.

    Contains a half dozen Beeswax tea lights with no cup.

    Consider a glass tea cup for a reusable burning vessel.

    BURN TIME:  4-5 hours per tea light

    MATERIALS:  100% pure Canadian beeswax, cotton/paper wick

    Wicks contain absolutely no lead or other metals.

    USE:  Please NEVER leave a burning candle unattended.

    To maintain a traditional beeswax candle trim the wick before the first burn to a quarter of an inch. As the candle burns down, and after each burn, gently thumb the melted wax inwards to contain the wax pool. Generally it is recommended to burn each candle for one hour for every inch that it is wide.

    To extinguish, smartly press the wick into the wax pool, then straighten the wick and trim to a quarter of an inch. This will not only ensure the absence of smoke, but will re-coat the wick for the next lighting.

    Bees Wax Works candles are best burned in a draft free environment and on an even fire safe surface to ensure a dripless candle. A flickering flame may indicate a draft.

    Never put essential oils into a molten wax pool, please use an oil infuser instead.

    Ethically made in Canada.

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