Product Care 101
Help your customers take care of their P.F. products and keep them coming back to buy more! Here are our go-to tips:
- Trim that wick! Before lighting, be sure the wick is trimmed to ¼”. This makes for a clean burn and prevents soot build-up. We prefer to use a wick trimmer, but scissors will do the job, too!
- Allow the wax to melt to the edges of the jar each burn to prevent pooling.
- Safety first! Never leave a candle burning unattended, and don’t burn for more than 4 hours at a time.
- Stop burning the candle when only ¼” of wax remains.
- Once the candle is gone, reuse it! We love cleaning out used candle jars and turning them into storage or new planters! Check out a few images below to see how we re-purpose jars.
(2nd photo provided by @idawangen)
- To prolong the lifespan of our reed diffusers, keep them out of direct contact with sunlight, heat, and humidity.
- Flip reeds weekly or as needed to refresh the scent.
- To create a lighter, more subtle scent throw, remove a few reeds.
- Do not consume and keep away from children or pets. If the oil spills, clean up immediately as the oils and resins can cause damage to some finishes.
- Please note: Our fragrance oils are not developed for aromatherapy diffusers or humidifiers.
Room & Linen SpraysBrighten up any space with a simple spritz. These travel-friendly room sprays are perfect for creating a relaxing environment at home or away and can be used on linens, furniture, apparel and more.
- Room sprays last the longest when sprayed directly onto fabrics, blankets, pillows, clothing, etc.
- Because our room sprays are water-based, they may not be safe for leather products.
IncenseOur incense is hand-dipped in-house using fine fragrance oils and dipropylene glycol (DPG), a synthetic base commonly found in body care and home fragrance products. Our incense fills small to large spaces, from bedrooms and living rooms to spaces with high ceilings.
- Light the end of the incense at a slight angle with a lighter or match, and allow the flame to burn for approximately 10-15 seconds.
- Blow on the flame to extinguish. The incense should produce a glowing ember and a tendril of smoke, and will continue to burn on its own.
- Be sure to burn incense on a heatproof, non-flammable holder only.
- Burn incense in a well-ventilated room, away from flammable materials, and never leave incense burning unattended or near children, pets, or a draft.