100% Natural Beeswax Tea Light Candles
Beeswax is a natural, renewable substance, producing candles which, unlike their paraffin counterparts, do not emit black smoke.
Beeswax is the only completely harmless and completely environmentally friendly wax used in candle casting. Beeswax is a product of symbiosis between the beekeeper and the bees. Bees are infinitely useful for pollination of wild flowering plants and crops, give us infinitely valuable bee products, including beeswax. The extraction of wax is not at the expense of destroying anything, it does not destroy nature as in the extraction of oil and paraffin production, no agricultural land is required as in the production of soy wax, no compromises or sacrifices have been made, for its production.
Why such a valuable product as beeswax is burned in the form of candles?
The burning of beeswax is not in vain and remains a valuable product even in this capacity. When burned, a beeswax candle burns dust in the air, candle fumes stick to dust in the air of any nature and fall to the ground. The wax candle, in addition to improving the air quality in the room, has an aroma therapeutic effect, creates inimitable comfort, as well as a temporary relaxing effect on the body. The use of beeswax candles reduces the use of oil wax and soy candles, which in turn reduces the damage caused by their use and production. The use of wax candles stimulates beekeeping and beekeeping, which leads to the care and protection of honey bees.
Rules for safe use
- Never leave a burning candle unattended – extinguish all burning candles before leaving the room or before going to sleep. Make sure the wick is completely extinguished.
- Burn candles away from flammable objects – keep candles away from curtains, blankets, tarpaulins, paper and anything flammable.
- Keep burning candles away from children and animals.
- Do not allow a wick longer than 5 mm before lighting the spark plug – the long wick burns strongly, which can cause strong burning and leakage.
- Always use candle holders or candle holders. They must be heat-resistant and large enough to collect the leaks from the spark plug.
- Always place the candle holder with the burning candles on a flat and stable surface. This will ensure even burning of the candle, will reduce the effect of dripping and will exclude the possibility of overturning the candle.
- Do not use the candle holder to place matches, pieces of cut wick or other debris.
- Keep spark plugs away from fans, air conditioners, open windows, wind or drafts. This will eliminate the risk of improper combustion, flame setting and wax leakage.
- Always burn a candle in a well-ventilated room. Do not burn too many candles in too small or unventilated rooms, as this may limit the presence of air.
- Do not burn the candle completely. Burning the candle completely can cause the pad to ignite. In order to reduce the risk of fire, extinguish the candle shortly before it reaches its bottom.
- Do not touch or move a candle while it is burning and the wax is liquid.
- Burn groups of candles at a sufficient distance from each other. This will reduce the risk of melting on each other.
- Never extinguish a candle with water. This can cause the surrounding objects to be sprayed with wax and cause glass candlesticks and containers to break.
- Be careful when using candles for lighting.
- Extinguish the candle if it burns with black smoke, burns or the flame is too large. Such a candle does not burn properly. Trim the wick and light it again.
- Never use a candle as a night light.
Directions for use: Place on a stable, heat-proof surface, away from draughts and flammable objects before lighting.