Please read safety tips before burning your money candles. As with all candles, the money candles may pose a fire hazard if the candle is used improperly. However, with proper use and care, your new money candle will bring you many hours of pleasure in addition to a cash surprise inside!
ALWAYS KEEP A BURNING CANDLE WITHIN SIGHT. Extinguish all candles when leaving a room or before going to sleep.
REMOVE THE MONEY CAPSULE THAT CONTAINS THE MONEY ONCE THE MONEY CAPSULE IS EXPOSED! Oh, don't forget to open the CAPSULE up and see how much you won!
NEVER TOUCH OR MOVE A BURNING CANDLE WHEN THE WAX IS LIQUID!
Candle colors may vary slightly from batch to batch as they are individually hand poured.
Burn times are approximate and may vary depending on candle color and scent.
KEEP CANDLES OUT OF THE REACH OF CHILDREN AND PETS. Non burning candles also should be out of the reach from children as scented wax smells delicious, and children and pets don't know the difference between candle wax & food.
KEEP YOUR WICKS TRIMMED TO 1/4" at all times to avoid black soot and high flames. Do not just light your candle an forget about it. Even when the candle is burning, monitor the wick height.
IDEAL FLAME HEIGHT IS BETWEEN 1/2" AND 3/4" - NO MORE! If your flame is higher than 3/4", you need to either trim the wick or blow the candle out and start over at a later time once it's cooled down.
ALWAYS BURN CANDLES IN WELL-VENTILATED ROOM. Don't burn too many candles in a small room or in a "tight" home where air exchange is limited.
THE FIRST TIME YOU BURN YOUR CANDLE IS IMPORTANT! Try to burn your candle long enough to get the wax pool out to about 1/4" from the edge of the candle. To do this, burn your candle for an hour per inch in diameter that it is. If you have a 2" diameter candle, burn it for two hours every time you burn it. If the candle is 3", burn it for 3 hours, and so on. This allows a nice wax pool to develop and therefor will give you the best scent. It will also prevent your candle from developing a sink hole in the middle.
ROTATE YOU CANDLE every so often for an even burn.
ALWAYS USE A CANDLE HOLDER SPECIFICALLY DESIGNED FOR CANDLE USE. The holder should be heat resistant, sturdy and large enough to contain drips or melted wax.
Place candle on a stable and level, HEAT RESISTANT surface. This will also help prevent possible heat damage to underlying surfaces and prevent glass containers from cracking or breaking.
NEVER BURN A CANDLE ON OR NEAR ANYTHING THAT CAN CATCH FIRE. Do not place a burning candle next to any flammable items such as drapes, paper, books, carpets, bedding, curtains or lampshades.
NEVER USE A CANDLE AS A NIGHT LIGHT!
KEEP THE WAX POOL FREE OF WICK TRIMMINGS, MATCHES AND DEBRIS AT ALL TIMES. Always read and follow the manufacturer's use and safety instructions carefully. Don't burn a candle longer than the manufacturer recommends.
KEEP THE WICK STRAIGHT! This will ensure an even burn throughout the life of our candle. If your candle has burned unevenly due to a draft or a which that hasn't been kept straight, push the wick to the higher side so the candle burns to the higher side. This should help the candle repair itself.
REMOVE THE FIREPROOF CAPSULE THAT CONTAINS THE MONEY ONCE IT IS EXPOSED! This will prevent the capsuel from potentially overheating. Oh, don't forget to open the capsule up and see how much you won!
TO EXTINGUISH YOUR CANDLE, never use water which can cause the hot wax to spatter. Only use a candle snuff, as opposed to blowing them out. Blowing out your candles may allow lit pieces of wick to land on something that is flammable!
DISCARD YOUR CANDLE WHEN THEIR IS LESS THAN 1/2" OF WAX REMAINING - To prevent any damage to surfaces, pets or people, burning to the end may cause the candle holder or glass to shatter.
The fireproof money capsule (containing a $5, $10, $20, $50 or $100 bill) and or dollar coin(s) will be located anywhere from near the top of the candle to the bottom near the end of the wick! So, money location is random depending upon when it was inserted in the candle curing process.