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Our candles are offered in 6oz and 12oz.
Our hand poured waxes are a blend of coconut and soy.
Blackened Beeswax Ornament Care
TAKING CARE OF YOUR BLACKENED BEESWAX ORNAMENTS
Blackened beeswax ornaments are easy to take care of. When displaying your blackened beeswax, do not place near or directly on a heat source, such as a fireplace or sunny window, as the beeswax can soften. For best results hang them on your Christmas tree near lights, but not directly on the lights. The low heat from the lights will warm the ornaments enough to emit the wonderful scent. When storing your blackened beeswax, wrap them in white tissue paper or parchment paper. Place them in a plastic bag to prevent drying and help maintain the scent. Do not store in a hot attic, garage, or near any heat source as the beeswax can soften or melt.
WHAT IS THE WHITE POWDERY FILM ON MY BEESWAX?
Beeswax can develop a “bloom” over time. “Bloom” is a powdery film and is a perfectly natural occurrence for beeswax. It’s actually an indication of the purity of beeswax. Only 100% beeswax will “bloom”. Heat can also encourage “blooming”. To remove the “bloom” buff your casting with a soft lint free cloth. To renew the scent on your blackened beeswax, use your hairdryer on a low setting and pass over the ornament few inches away from the dryer until the casting is shiny. Then simply sprinkle cinnamon, apple pie spice, all spice, or any spice of your choosing on to the ornament. The beeswax will harden quickly, then rub the spice all over to set.