Tealights are a popular choice for accent lighting and for heating scented oil. A benefit that they have over taper candles is that they do not drip. Tealights may be set afloat on water for decorative effect. Because of their small size and low level of light, multiple tealights are often burned simultaneously. They have a fantastic ability to produce heat and generally burn for 3-5 hours and come in many varieties and scents.
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Soy Wax, Essential oils
Remove the top covering. Light the wick of the candle and soak in its aroma. Be careful not to light it anywhere near combustible items.
Always trim wick before lighting and keep debris out of the wax pool. Never burn longer than 4-hour intervals. Set the candle on a heat-resistant surface and avoid drafts. Always burn within sight and extinguish before leaving the room. Don’t burn near things that catch fire. Keep away from children and pets. Don’t extinguish with water. Always let the wax harden before relighting, touching or moving.