HAVING A LONG WICK CAUSES THE CANDLE TO BURN IMPROPERLY.
In order to have a nice light, the wick must be no longer than 0,5 cm (1⁄4 inches). After using the candle for more than 3 hours, it is our suggestion that the candle is put out and left for resting for a short period of time. Before lighting it again, the blackened part of the prolonged wick must be cut. If not, the prolonged wick might cause candle to soot.
CONDITIONS OF THE ENVIRONMENT AFFECT THE CANDLE'S BURNING.
A breeze from an open window or an air conditioner can cause uneven melting of the candle and might make it drip.
THE SPOT WHERE THE CANDLE IS USED CAN BE PROTECTED.
In order to avoid the dye that is conceivably left after the candle is burnt, using a candle holder is recommended.
THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN INDOOR AND OUTDOOR CANDLES IS THE THICKNESS OF THE WICK.
Indoor candles are produced with thin wicks that are likely to be extinguished if used outside. Outdoor candles are produced with thicker wicks that will resist the outside conditions, however they can produce soot when used indoors. Therefore the usage area is a factor in candle's performance.
BOTH INDOORS AND OUTDOORS, THE TEMPERATURE OF THE ENVIRONMENT WHERE THE CANDLE IS USED IS IMPORTANT.
The candle will become distorted in direct contact with heat. Protect the candle from direct sunlight or any heating device. Conditions above 25°C might cause the candle to lose its figure or make it drip.