I want you to get the most from your Thornbush Hill goodies, in order to do so, follow these few simple instructions to maximise all your TBH product has to offer!
Candles; The first time you light your candle, allow the wax pool to heat up and melt all the way to the edge of the container (this should take 2-3 hours depending on which size candle you have). This ensures way you wont get that horrible tunnelling effect often experienced with poorly made candles.
Never burn your candle for more than four hours at a time.. as tempting as that is. Do not allow your candle to burn down to the wick sustainer. This can make the vessel very hot. Blow your candle out and recycle where possible, when there is around 1cm of wax left at the bottom.
In order to maintain a nice clean burn, keep you candle away from drafts (children, pets and stationary objects) and always trim your wick before each burn. Do not leave your candles unattended and definitely do not leave them burning overnight!
Reed Diffusers; These diffusers should last at least 20 weeks. But in order to maximise the scent throw, keep your diffuser out of direct sunlight, warm rooms help the scent travel, and flip your reeds every 2-3 weeks. Keep this product out of reach of children and do not allow the reeds to touch any services or soft furnishings.
Wax Melts; These melts pack a punch! But do not get carried away and overfill your dish. If you are melting the stars, add one or two (depending on the size of your room and your strength preferences). The fragrance will last for 2-3 tea lights. Once you can no longer smell your favourite scent, it is time to clean the dish and start again. Do not leave your lit wax melter unattended. Be careful when moving the wax melter, the top can become hot therefore handle at the base. Please keep your wax melts out of reach of children and animals. This is very important! And remember, they aren't wrapped in plastic, they are in biodegradable corn starch - planet over profits!
Finally and possibly most importantly, you must always remember to enjoy your One Small Moment!