There’s nothing like an Aluminate Life candle to create the perfect ambiance. They come in a variety of aromas and styles. They also provide several benefits, such as stimulating memory, improving mood, and calming the mind. But sometimes, the candles might not last as long as you’d like them to. In this article, I’ll teach you how to prolong their life so that you can enjoy them longer!
Burn your candle long enough the first time
The first time you burn your Aluminate Life candle, allow melted wax to completely cover its surface. If you don’t, it will begin to tunnel, creating a memory ring. In future lightings, the wax pool will not go beyond the circumference of the first burn.
Tunneling will make the candle look unappealing. The burn time of the candle will also reduce since all the wax will not all be used up.
Do not put the candle in drafty areas
Place your lit Aluminate Life Candle away from windows and other windy places. Breeze can cause your candle to burn unevenly, which will reduce its life. Strong currents of air can also blow out the flame or knock down the candle. To avoid accidents, don’t leave the candle unattended and keep it away from anything that could catch fire.
Maintain the candle wick
When you extinguish your candle, it may emit smoke. To remedy this, use a snuffer, or drown the wick in the wax, then recenter it. This will allow it to melt evenly the next time you use it.
Trim the candle wick carefully using the Aluminate Life candle wick trimmer. For best results, cut the wick before burning the candle. You can also trim it after the candle has cooled down to room temperature. If the candle is the right length, it will burn evenly and for longer.
Sprinkle salt in the wax
When your candle has burned long enough to form liquid wax, sprinkle some table salt into it. Then mix it with a toothpick for even distribution. The salt will shield the wax from the direct flame. This will slow down combustion, making the candle last longer.
Remove debris from the wax pool
If there are any pieces of used matches or charred wicks on the wax pool, remove them. Debris will interfere with the burning of the candle. It could also clog the wick which will prevent it from diffusing the beautiful scent of essential oil.
Keep the candle away from heat sources
Let your Aluminate Life candle cool and store it in a dry place, away from direct sunlight. Don’t put the candle close to heat sources, such as a mantle fireplace or kitchen stove, because they can cause the candle to melt.
If you follow these tips you’ll be able to enjoy your candle for longer. Good luck!