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FAQ

  • What does "clean verified" mean?
    The company we use spent over 5 years researching and product testing to ensure the quality of the product was not lost when going "clean." Not only did they evolve the fragrance industry, they took a look into the effects and health of consumers. Our candles are safe to burn in your home, around your family and furbabies, and will give you a peace of mind as you enjoy comforting aromas. There are five main “hazard groups” that will not be found in our candles. ✖ Carcinogens ✖ Mutagens ✖ Reproductive toxins ✖ Organ toxins ✖ Acute toxins
  • What type of wax is used?
    We use 100% natural soy produced from soybeans in the US. So when you buy from us, you aren't just supporting our family but the soybean farmers in the US. Soy wax is a vegetable wax made from the oil of soybeans. After harvesting, the beans are cleaned, cracked, de-hulled, and rolled into flakes. The oil is then extracted from the flakes and hydrogenated. A cool fact: the leftover bean husks are commonly used as animal feed.
  • Does the candle hurt vintage glass?
    We inspect each piece and try to ensure the integrity of the glass is candle safe. We also recommend you follow candle burning safety procedures. Each purchase will be provided with a safety card. As long as you burn safe, the glass should be fine. We also have videos on our social media pages on proper clean out to help preserve the glass. These pieces have been around 50-100 years, we would like to keep their journey going.
  • Can we remove the wax after we are done burning?
    Yes! Once the candle has 1/4-1/2 inch of wax left, your burn time is done. You can remove wax two ways: 1. After the last burn, let the wax cool until it is milky. The wax will be cool enough to wipe out and be thrown away. You can use hot water and a small dot of Dawn dish soap if you want to clean the container. *NEVER mix water and soy wax mid burn.* 2. If your wax has hardened, you can use boiling water. Grab a small pot and let the water begin to bubble. You can slowly pour the boiling water into the container. Make sure to completely submerge the wax under water. Leave over night. The water will work it's way under the wax for easy removal. You may need to repeat it 2x. Use a wooden spoon to remove excess wax.Never use metal or a knife because it will damage vintage glassware. Never rinse soy wax down the sink. Wax will harden and ruin plumbing. Throw it away in a trash bin instead.
  • Are dough bowls safe to burn?
    Our dough bowls are handmade, stained, and sealed for candle making. The bowls have been sprayed with a non toxic fire resistance. We source through a local small business. While safety precautions are taken, you still need to follow proper candle burning procedures. Do not burn a candle unattended. Do not burn on an unsafe or uneven surface. Do not burn past 1/4 inch of wax. The wax flowers are 100% scented soy and will melt into the candle.
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