4 hr Tea Light
4 hr Tea Light
4 hr Tea Light
4 hr Tea Light
4 hr Tea Light
4 hr Tea Light
4 hr Tea Light
4 hr Tea Light
4 hr Tea Light
4 hr Tea Light
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4 hr Tea Light

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$2.00 USD
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$2.00 USD
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4hr Tea Lights will suit all standard tea light holders.

Our tea light candles are well suited to activities where a smaller gentle flame is needed; quiet time, long meditations, meetings, conversations, tea warmers, and oil burners.

When burnt in a holder, tea light candles are suitable for environments with a slight draught of breeze.

Ingredients:

-100% Pure Australian Beeswax.
-lead free cotton wicks dipped in our Beeswax.

Recommended Burning Practices:

Aways burn tea light candles in a standard tea light holder.

Tea Light candles have been designed to burn and spill over into a holder. Burning them in a holder will ensure all the wax melts into the holder and is drawn up to the last drop. See our tea light holder range.

Beeswax Tea lights are best burnt in 1 or 2 sittings.

Beeswax has a very high melting point taking more time to melt than other waxes. With this in mind it is recommended to burn our tealights in one 4hr sitting or two 2hr sittings. This will ensure the wax has enough time to warm and melt into the holder and be drawn up the wick.

For shorter on/off burning times, our 'Dipped Taper' range is an excellent choice.

Always remove the metal wick holders before placing another tea light into your holder.

Removing the old wick holder can be dug out with a butter knife of spoon. This will ensure the new tea light sits flush with the base of the jar and draws up all available melted wax.