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To keep your candles burnin' in tip-top shape
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1. Be like Usher and let it burn for at least 1 hour, but no more than 4 hours.

2. Trim that wick! If it’s longer than ¼ inches at any time, it needs a haircut.

3. Remember the basics: Burn within sight, and keep away from flammable objects, children, and pets.

4. After your candle has been lit, it can be too hot to handle – we recommend placing it on a coaster before burning & letting it chill out before picking it up.

5. Know when to let go – when less than 1/2 an inch of wax remains at the bottom, it’s time for a new Underdog.

  • Burn within sight.
  • Keep away from flammable objects.
  • Keep away from children and pets.
  • Keep candle free of any foreign materials including matches and wick trimmings.
  • Only burn the candle on a level, fire resistant surface.
  • Do not burn candle for more than 4 hours at a time
  • Handle matches with care. 

  • Close bottle before striking the match. 

  • Strike gently away from the body, holding from the middle of stem to prevent breakage. 

  • Keep out of reach of children, keep away from hot surfaces and flames, and never leave an open flame unattended.

Use these bad boys to trim your wick to ¼” length before each candle use.
  • To use: Place the bottom the wick trimmer flush with the surface of the candle and then tilt the trimmer forward to a 45 degree angle to get the proper ¼” wick length. 

  • Discard wick remnants before lighting the candle again. 

  • Wipe clean with a damp cloth after each use.

  • Place reed sticks into the diffuser bottle to absorb the fragrance oils & naturally diffuse the scent
  • Flip the natural rattan reeds weekly or as needed to refresh the scent
  • Keep away from direct sunlight and other heat sources to avoid drying out the reeds
  • To create a lighter scent throw, only insert a few reeds, or remove as needed
  • Keep away from heat sources
  • Avoid contact with skin & eyes
  • Keep out of reach of children & animals
  • Do not consume. do not light reeds
  • Avoid spilling oil on furniture, textiles or finished surfaces. Wipe spills immediately with a damp cloth.
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