Will decorative molded beeswax candles burn the same way as pillar candles?
Yes and no. They have many similar characteristics and need similar wick care. However their shape means that they often don’t consume wax as efficiently, can spill or pieces can drop off. We recommend they are always burned on a tray or pillar plate and wick size is closely monitored.
My candle spilled some wax on the plate, what can I do with it?
Beeswax has many uses, but you can also burn the wax! Our advice is to break it into small pieces and carefully and gradually feed to a burning candle with a large melt pool. This can extend burn time of your larger candle dramatically and uses all the wax!
What do I do with the floating candles?
Gently place them in a bowl of water (ensuring the top doesn’t get wet) and light and enjoy! Alternately our floating candles can also be placed on a plate or tray like a regular candle. They actually burn a little bit longer this way.