TimberWick Lavender Sachet Scented Wax Candle
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- Lavender Sachet fragrance: Lavender, wild thyme, sage, warm musk, and earthy woods
- Natural crackling sound when lit
- US Design Patent No. US D643,554
- Made in the USA
- 9.25 oz
- Burn Time: Approx 60-70 hours
- Includes beautiful wood engraved lid
- Product weight: 1.36lbs
- Glass container with wooden lid measures 3.5"W x 4.5"H
- Five times the amount of fragrance recommended; giving exceptional scent
TimberWick™ is a great candle to light in the comforts of your home to help you unwind after a long day. Once lit, close your eyes and allow the candle to transport you...cozying up to a warm, crackling fireplace. The crackling burn of the handcrafted TimberWick™ candle has a soothing and calming effect, almost hypnotic. The uniqueness of the wood wick allows the candle to self-consume and produce a better overall burn. TimberWick™ candles enrich the atmosphere of any room with it's warm and comforting glow.
QUESTIONS & ANSWERSAsk a Question (quick reply)
Do the candles have a strong scent
Yes! Our Timberwick candles have a very high fragrance oil content, which gives them strong fragrance. Fragrance is very relative though, person to person!
More info: https://candlemart.com/blogs/burning-questions-smoky-answers/fragrance-throw
The wood wick burn hotter allowing maximum fragrance content in the wax. Timberwick has five times the amount of fragrance recommended; giving exceptional scent
I love Lavender! This is a great fragrance!
How long do the timberwick candles really burn
Thanks for your question! Our Timberwick 9.25oz candles burn for- Burn Time: Approx 60-70 hours If you watch the time lapse video this time frame is confirmed and even longer:
***For best results and longest burn time - please remember to burn the candles for 3-4 hours at one time, then let the candle cool for about 1 hr and trim the wicks between each burn cycle (wick trimming not usually needed on wood wick candles). This sets the candle's "memory" and will achieve the best wax consumption (very little wax left in the jar). Following this will greatly reduce smoking/sooting while burning, and will also help reduce mushrooming wicks, which is more likely to happen on highly fragranced candles.***
More info: https://candlemart.com/blogs/burning-questions-smoky-answers/how-do-i-burn-a-candle
Thanks and have a great day!