London Calling is a White Tea, Cedarwood, Soku Lime scented candle.
- Each candle is hand-poured and we use only the finest quality products including our proprietary soy coconut blend wax
- 100% natural wicks.
- Highest grade fragrances
- Produced in the USA
Orders will be fulfilled 3-5 business days after the order is placed.
London Calling Candle
While you might want to burn your candle all the way down to the very last speck of soy wax, you should only safely melt the wax to the last • inch. However, there are still tips and tricks you can use to enjoy your candle most efficiently. Aroma360 SK candles are long-lasting with typical burn times between 70 and 80 hours for our regular size jars. Made with soy coconut-based wax, our high-quality candles are crafted to provide you with the best aromatic experience. Plus, they come in specialty scents you will want to savor.
To make the most of your Aroma360 SK candle, there are steps you can take for a smooth melt and less wasted wax. Use this guide for candle-burning best practices so you can get a few more sniffs out of your new favorite scent.
Wax learns to melt the same way, so the first time you light your candle’s wick, it’s important to burn it until the liquified wax creates a layer all the way around the inside of the jar. You can do this by making sure to let it burn for one hour per inch of candle diameter.
Otherwise, the candle will form a “memory ring,” meaning the wax will not burn to the candle’s full diameter. This can lead to another candle conundrum called “tunneling”–creating a hollowed-out center in the wax. While you want to avoid tunneling so you can prolong your candle’s burn time, if you do end up with a caved-in candle, there are some solutions.
To help maintain a quality flame throughout your candle’s lifespan, you will want to routinely trim the wick. Bent or too-long wicks can result in uneven melting or a flickering flame, but with regular trimming, your candle will burn with a steady glow. Before you light a candle, always trim the wick to • inch and remove any debris left in the wax pool such as wick trimmings or matches. Any debris will add more fuel to the candle than it is designed to handle. Too much fuel can cause the flame to unexpectedly flare up or even start a small fire near the candle flame. Wicks that are left long or crooked can cause uneven burning, dripping, flaring and sooting. Trimming wicks will help prolong the life of your candle. Your candles will burn up to 25% longer if you trim the wick every couple of hours.
Just like the first cut is the deepest, that first burn is the most important. Candles should burn one hour for every 1 inch in diameter of the actual candle size. For example, a candle that is 2 inches across should burn for 2 hours. If a candle is not burned for long enough to allow the wax to liquefy or to melt from edge to edge of the container, it will create a “memory ring.” Once a candle has a “memory ring,” it will continue to tunnel for the life of the candle.