"Coming Home To A Clean House" Candle Tin

Available: 26 units in stock

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Our hand-poured soy candles are carefully crafted to bring comfort and warmth to your home.

This "Coming Home To A Clean House" scent has notes of calabrian lemon, green lilac, sea breeze + delicate juniper - making your home smell fresh + clean!

Tin vessel is perfect to later use as a miscellaneous container. Candle is 3oz for a 24 hour burn time with our wooden wick.

About:

Fragrance
A blend of pure essential oils + natural fragrance oils. Phthalate free, paraben free + cruelty free.

Wicks
100% natural, not processed in anyway, non-toxic + clean burning. Our wicks are sourced from an independent non-profit that protects forests, each purchase goes toward helping us plant a tree! Wooden wicks offer a cleaner burn than alternative wicks, + best of all... they crackle!

Wax
Natural soy wax

Candle Care
The first time lighting the candle, we recommend burning until there is a full melting pool (when the surface of the candle has completely melted to the edges.) This usually takes 2-3 hours + will help prevent "tunneling" so your candle can last longer! Once cooled, remove blackened tip before relighting.

Safety
Each candle includes a warning label on the bottom + a care card to ensure proper usage. As a friendly reminder, always trim wick before each use, do not burn all the way down (leave approximately 1/2 inch), never burn for more than 4 hours or leave unattended.

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Highland Ridge gives back! We give back 10% of our profit to partners with our sister brand, Jubilee Trading Co. Jubilee employs artisans in Morocco to create dignified jobs with fair wages. Our donations go to a trusted non-profit partner to serve their community through projects like water well building, mending houses, or aiding with medical bills.

Here, everyone is family.

Read our blog post to learn more: https://highlandridgedecor.com/blogs/blog/highland-ridge-gives-back