Set of 6 Ivory / White Coloured Beeswax Tea Lights.
How is white beeswax produced? - Interesting information below
All beeswax is produced from the wax glands in a bee's abdomen and initially comes out a creamy white colour. After foraging bees have brought nectar and pollen to the hive this then stains the beeswax to a golden colour. To create white beeswax for the second time, there are two kinds of processes.
Either the wax is filtered through fine netted cloths 5 times and using a natural medium to help draw out the golden colour to return it back to it's original white or by placing fine layers of beeswax under the sun.
PLEASE DO NOT TRIM THE WICK of a beeswax tea light.
If you trim the wick it will be too short to create a hot enough flame to totally liquefy the beeswax.
This may mean that the flame will burn down the middle of the wax and when it reaches the bottom it will go out leaving wax left stuck to the sides of the cup. The beeswax must be totally liquefied so that the liquid wax is drawn into the wick in order to complete the burn
Burn time approximately 4 - 5 hours dependent on draughts or room air flow.
Simple biodegradable eco friendly packaging, cardboard box, or biodegradable cellophane & brown paper.
Never leave a lit candle unattended and keep all lit candles away
from Children, Pets loose clothing and curtains.
Product information leaflet.
Please note - The candle tea light holder is not included.