When you first open your ECOYA candle, it is important to have a read of the safety instructions enclosed inside the candle jar and on the base of both the carton and the vessel.

We advise that before every burn (and including the very first burn) to always, trim your wick. The wick only needs to be approximately 6mm in length.

Ensure you burn your candle on a stable and heat resistant surface.



If you’re burning more than one candle at a time, leave at least 100mm (10cm) between candles.
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Burn you ECOYA candle for a minimum of an hour, this will prevent tunnelling (ECOYA candles are made from natural soy wax, which does retain a memory).  So ensure your wax pool reaches the edge of the glass on each burn.

If you’re burning more than one candle at a time, leave at least 100mm (10cm) between candles.

Burn you ECOYA candle for a minimum of an hour, this will prevent tunnelling (ECOYA candles are made from natural soy wax, which does retain a memory). So ensure your wax pool reaches the edge of the glass on each burn.

Do not burn for longer than three hours.

To extinguish your candle, use a snuffer or blow it out gently. Do not use liquid or the lid to extinguish your candle.

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Before re-lighting your candle again, trim your wick .
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Extinguish and discard your candle when there is 10mm of wax or less remaining.  We do not advise to continue burning your candle below this. 
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Before re-lighting your candle again, trim your wick .

Extinguish and discard your candle when there is 10mm of wax or less remaining. We do not advise to continue burning your candle below this.



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You can reuse your ECOYA jar by gently washing out the remaining wax with warm soapy water. 
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They make for a great vase, the perfect jar for your makeup brushes, cotton buds or even under the sink with your washing up utensils.
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You can reuse your ECOYA jar by gently washing out the remaining wax with warm soapy water.

They make for a great vase, the perfect jar for your makeup brushes, cotton buds or even under the sink with your washing up utensils.

The most important thing to remember is that candles are a naked flame and they do need to be treated with caution and respect.