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Treat Your D&W Right


We're not much for rules BUT if you want to treat your D&W candle right, you'll follow these:

The first burn

The first time you burn your candle, make sure you allow it to burn long enough so that the wax melts all the way to the edges of the container. This will help set your candle's memory and prevent tunneling. 

Savor your time

Try your best not to burn your candle for longer than 4 hours at a time.

Trim your wick

Make sure you trim your wick to 1/4 in. before lighting each time.

Snuffing vs. blowing

Snuffing the flame to extinguish your candle is preferable over blowing it out.

Bottom of barrel 

When there is around a 1/2 in. of wax left, your candle has sadly reached met it's maker. What can you do now? There's a couple of options:

1. Let your candle sit in warm water, which should release the remaining wax.

2. Freeze your candle for about an hour, which should cause the wax to shrink and pop out. 

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Place in the right spot

Air movement from outside or the motion of your household helps circulate the scent. You may need to make adjustments if your room has an active A/C, air-exchange system or frequent door usage to the outside. 

Flip your reeds

The reeds bring the scented oils from the container to the air, producing the fragrant impact you desire. By flipping them regularly, you’ll keep the scent at its freshest and most fragrant. Keep in mind the more often you flip them, the faster the fragrance oil will evaporate. Flip the reeds over a wastebasket or sink and be sure to clean the vessel of any fragrance oil drips before placing back on a table or counter top.

Add or remove reeds for fragrance intensity

To either heighten or lessen the fragrance level, simply increase or decrease the number of reeds placed in your vessel. Typically we recommend 3-6 reeds depending on room size and desired fragrance level.

Refresh your reeds regularly

Once the reeds become saturated, their cells get clogged which reduces their ability to dispel fragrance. Also, placing used reeds into another fragrance diffuser oil will impede a pure scent transfer. Reeds can be easily replaced, we sell packs of reeds only on our website.

Refilling your diffuser

If you buy refill oil for your diffuser, gently clean out the vessel with soap and water and let it dry completely before you refill it. It’s better to start with fresh oil than continuously add to old oil.