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Precautions for using candles

The use of scented candles is also a university question. When using it, there are several key points that need to be paid attention to.

First of all, you need to cut off the candle wick 0.5-0.8cm before each use, and twist the candle wick with your fingers. This is to make the candle burn evenly and avoid the problem of long candle wicks and black smoke caused by slits.Because the burning of the candle has memory, so in order to be able to burn fully in the future, it is not limited to the wick around, the first use must be fully burned for 2-3 hours.

When extinguishing a candle, it is best to use a special candle extinguishing tool or a lid to extinguish the candle instead of blowing it out through the mouth, which is likely to produce black smoke,the candle hood can cut off oxygen, extinguish candles, and reduce smoke.

If the candle burns incompletely, before lighting the candle, we can wrap the outer edge of the candle with tin foil to let the heat concentrate to help the edge wax melt.Or after extinguishing the candle, scrape the residual wax on the edge into the melted wax in the center.

Candles should be stored in a cool, dark and dry place, away from electrical appliances, stoves, heat sources and other combustible objects. Excessive temperature or sunlight can cause the surface of the candle to melt.

When not in use, scented candles need to be covered with a lid to prevent the essential oils from volatilizing and avoid dust. Generally speaking, it is recommended to burn scented candles within half a year to one year, so as not to affect the fragrance effect due to the volatilization of essential oils.

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