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Scented Poured Candle - Flower Path (Orchid &Orange Flower)

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  • FGH434333
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    Fragrance House Scented Poured Candle - Flower Path (Orchid &Orange Flower)

    Fragrance Strength:●●●●○○
    Top Note: Orange Flower
    Body Note: Rose
    Base Note: Orchid
    It was a blooming season, where orange blossoms gives a little sweet and green fragrance in the air.
    He tilted his head and looked at my with his glowing eyes, with a husky voice he whispered to me, "I love you"
    My flished face was like a delicate rose, and my heart leaped.
    Memories are like the purest orchid, with an endless aftertaste.
    Let's embrace a memory, walk on the flower path, and sink in the past that blooms and falls.

    When you first light your candle, allow the wax surface to melt completely to guarantee an even burn (no tunneling) and maximum fragrance throw: INITIAL BURNING of candle should be approximately 1 hour per inch of candle diameter (example: A candle with 3 inches wide should burn for 3 horus). Otherwise, you may get wax remaining alongside the sides of your jar. AFTER EACH BURN, RE-CENTRE THE WICK before the wax is set to ENSURE AN EVEN BURN Trim wick to 5mm AND REMOVE ANY DEBRIS each time before lighting, AS THIS CAN CAUSE black SMOKE. only trim the wick when the candle has completely cooled off and the wax has hardened. Extinguish a candle if it smokes, flickers repeatedly, or the flame becomes too high. Trim the wick after the candle is cooled. Ignite all wicks together to ensure even burning IF BURNING MORE THAN ONE SCENTED CANDLE AT A TIME LEAVE AT LEAST 10CM BETWEEN CANDLES Use a candle snuffer to extinguish a candle. Alternatively dip the wick in wax to distinguish the candle and then set the wick upright and centre again. Burn candles in a well-ventilated room, Avoid drafts, vents or air currents. This will help prevent rapid or uneven burning, sooting.