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In The Guide you’ll find answers to some of the most frequently asked questions about scented candles. Learn about the different types of candle wax, which wick works best, and what to do with your empty candle jars. We have also included important candle safety information, and tips to getting the most out of your scented candles.
Which wax makes the best scented candles? Check out our guide to all the best candle wax options including coconut, soy, paraffin, beeswax and more.
Curious about how to use incense matches by Hibi? If you’re looking to add a short burst of beautiful scent into your home, check out our Hibi guide here. We’ve included step-by-step instructions, helping you get the most out of this ingenious style of home fragrance.
Discover the art and craft of candle making with Paul and Niko from cult brand Earl of East London. Taking you through the basic steps required to prepare and pour candles at home, now you too can learn how to create your own signature fragrances.
There’s more than one way to fill your home with fragrance. Light a scented candle, burn some incense or place a diffuser in your room – the choice is yours. But which style of home fragrance is best for you? Check out our handy guide to find out…
Accidents happen and sometimes stray candle wax finds it’s way onto your favourite things. Here is our handy guide to the best ways to remove melted wax from tables, clothing, glass and much more.
We have created this guide to help you get a consistently even burn throughout the life of your scented candle. You’ll find tips on how to avoid tunnelling in the first place and what to do if your candle has already tunnelled.
How to remove wax from your old scented candle containers. Plus our favourite ideas for repurposing candle jars – Turn them into plant pots, pen holders…
Using candles safely in your home is incredibly important. Burning an open flame indoors should be taken seriously at all times to keep yourself, your family and your property safe. Read this guide before lighting candles in your home.