Crackling wooden wicks are beautiful, eco-friendly, and often require trimming in between burns for best performance. Trimming the wick of your candle ensures a proper flame height and helps the candle's scent disburse throughout the room.

Tips For The Best Burn

1. Trim the wick to less than 1/4" in between lightings.

2. Burn your candle for at least an hour or until the melt pool has reached the edge of the jar for an even burn.


If you have been burning your candle for awhile and feel the flame looks too "low" or "small", you likely need to trim a little bit of excess burnt wood from the tip of the wick.

If you trimmed your wick too short, allow a small melt pool to develop and then blow out the flame and use a paper towel to soak up a small amount of wax from the melt pool. Be careful as the melted wax will be hot. Once you have exposed more fresh wood, relight your wick! Within minutes the flame should become larger.