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Tea light variety pack

$11.95

Our Tea light variety pack is the perfect way to experience new scents.  They are also a great way to add a little ambiance to an area that you want a twinkle of light and scent.

The tea light variety pack comes in ten of our most popular scents.

Each tea light has an approximate burn time of 6 hours.

Description

Our Tea light variety pack is the perfect way to experience new scents.  They are also a great way to add a little ambiance to an area that you want a twinkle of light and scent.

The Tea light variety pack comes in ten of our most popular scents.

Each tea light has an approximate burn time of 6 hours.

 

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About Our Candles

Our clean burning, all-natural soy candles handcrafted in Kalamazoo, Michigan are brimming with fragrance and style!

At Nichols & Scents, we are ALL about the details.  We wanted to make a candle YOU wanted to own…so we did.

We apply form and function to deliver you the best performing, most fragrant, all-natural soy candle on the market.  Our timeless design will fit any décor from Farmhouse Chic to City Slick.

From the containers and lids, to the wax and wicks that go in them, our candles and melts are handcrafted in small batches using US manufactured goods and materials and soy grown by farmers in the US.  Learn More

For Best Candle Results

For best results burn for at least four hours or until a complete melt pool forms
Trim wick to 1/4 inch
Keep away from drafts, walkways, and breezy areas
Keep away from flammable items

Your Candle has a Memory!

Like muscles, your candle has a memory. The wax will only melt as far as it did the first time you burned the candle. So, if you do not melt the entire top layer of wax on your first burn, the candle will continue to tunnel. To prevent this and have a beautiful burning candle, candles should burn one hour for every inch in diameter. For example, our glass candles are 3 inches so you should burn your new candle for three hours to melt the top layer evenly. While the first burn is most important, you should strive for an even burn every time — both to avoid tunneling and to achieve the biggest and boldest fragrance throw!