Candle Care


Be sure to use a wick trimmer to keep the wick trimmed to 1/4 inch prior to each burn: Untrimmed wicks can produce larger flames and excessive soot. Larger flames will also produce more heat inside the glass.
Burn for a minimum of one hour: To encourage an even melt pool and to avoid tunneling always burn for at least an hour. Candle waxes form patterns and burn from memory. 
More Tips 
  • Always burn candles within site on candle plate
  • Never burn for more than four hours each time
  • Avoid Drafts 
  • Keep away from children, pets and flammable objects
  • Never move a burning candle
  • Stop use when 1/4 inch of wax remains to avoid a cracked vessel
  • Relax and Enjoy your new Twisted Flames scent! 

Wax Melters

All warmers are not equal! There are typically 3-4 popular types:

  • Tea light: uses a small tea light with an open flame. One must be extra careful and use on a heat safe surface. Burns hotter than electric so it may burn your fragrance more quickly.
  • Electric w/Bulb: These are becoming more popular and uses the heat of a halogen bulb to melt the wax. Wattage and room size depend on scent throw. Typically 25w-35w are enough for a pleasant scent throw, but the user must determine what is best depending on preference. 
  • Hot Plate: Plugs in and uses a heated pad with a dish placed on top. Wattage can be a factor in scent throw and usually wattage is lower in these than those with a bulb.
  • Plug Ins: These go straight into the socket and use a small "Christmas" like bulb, which the wattage is usually around 15w. These are fine for small rooms. You must be careful, as they are easily knocked over if placed down low, but they come in cute decorative patterns. Great for offices!

*Always check the maximum wattage of your warmer and read all instructions and warnings for safe usage.