Candle Burning Tips

Candles are pretty and they smell good. They come in all shapes and sizes. They come in containers large and small , and they also come in sticks. There are those that do not have the smell of a fragrance.

When burning candles, they must be in s safe place where they cannot be disturbed by the wind, because they could be blown over and start a fire. You want to have a fire extinguisher nearby just in case something like that does happen.

There are candles that float on the water while they are lit to create an ambient space. It is good to have candle holders available when having a candlelight dinner, or when you just want to lite the candles. Also keeping the wick trimmed helps the light stay low.

Candles come in handy when it’s storming and the lights get knocked out. Always have a safe place to sit them when they are lit when that happens.

Candles, such as the Glade candles, and many others are in containers that are decorative to make them look pretty when lit. There are those that have the smell if Apple and cinnamon spice, vanilla, peach, mango, and so many more.

Just be careful when having candles lit. Watch them periodically to make sure they are burning properly. If you have pets in your home, make sure they are in a safe place so they won’t run and knock them over. We have to think about their safety too.

In my opinion, I think it is safer to light candles when everyone is asleep, and by everyone, I mean the kids and pets. I say this because it will be less worrying, you will be able to relax better and enjoy the moment.

When blowing out the flame, make sure it is completely extinguished. You can do that by cutting the burned part of the wick. No more worries. Candles always makes the evening feel more special. It’s just something about that feeling you get when candles are burning. I suppose it is the flicker of the flame. Until next time , enjoy your evening sitting by candlelight watching your favorite shows while sipping on that special drink you like.

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