Aluminum beer can will get HOT when candle is lit/wax is burning. Please be aware and handle carefully.
Soy candles sometimes look like they have “frosting” on them. This is normal, and is a natural byproduct of natural wax-it does not affect the burn or fragrance, and is quite common with soy candles.
Always light-and keep-your candles away from children, pets, and drafts.
Trim your wick before first light and after each use, usually to 1/4″. Long wicks can lead to too high of a flame, uneven burning, etc.
Clear your candle of any wick debris before relighting.
Always burn your candle within eyeshot!
Find a safe place to keep your candle when lit (and unlit!). A heat resistant surface is key. An area that is not too cold/too hot is ideal. Too hot can lead to the candle melting, while too cold can lead to the candle cracking.
Keep matches and other flammable objects/items away from candles.
Do not let your candle burn for more than 4 consecutive hours. Allow 2 hours (ideally, more) to cool before relighting.
Do not move a candle when it is lit/when container is still hot, and/or when wax is still liquified.
If burning candle outside, be careful of wind and debris blowing around. Do not light candles outside if weather is blustery. As said above in regards to inside, do not leave candle unattended outside.
Always extinguish candle before leaving room and make sure all embers are out before leaving.