turn on acandle It can mean many things: a call to calm and relax. A search for inspiration or the prelude to an intimate or personal moment. The creation of comfortable atmosphere or a way to purify the environment.
More than a decorative element, inVico House Deco we believe that thecandles They are companions, witnesses and accomplices of many of our stories, don't you think?s?
It's time to give light to your life, take a look at our decorative candles!
¿Why you should buy our scented and decorative candles and not others
Very easy. Because inVico House Deco We are not only concerned with offering you design products of the best quality, here we go further. We take care of every detail and we want you to find thedecorative and aromatic candles perfect for you So that you give light to every corner of your home and illuminate your moments of intimacy in your favorite space in the world: your home.
¿How to choose the ideal decorative candles for your home?
The most important thing when choosingscented or decorative candlesIt is that you feel that, in addition to integrating to your liking in the space they are going to occupy, they combine with your lifestyle, with your personality and, of course, they are functional for you.
We have large and small candles, white or different colored candles, spiral candles, scented candles or indoor or outdoor candles… ¡Choose yours!
Never leave a candle on unattended.
Never light a candle on or near flammable materials.
Keep candles out of the reach of children and animals.
Avoid touching a burning candle, especially while the wax is hot and liquid.
Extinguish the candle before it burns to the end.
Avoid foreign bodies such as matches or bits of wick in the melted wax.
Use a candle holder with a measurement adjusted to that of the candle. Place the chandelier on a safe and temperature resistant surface.
Make sure that the room is ventilated and reserve about 100 cm of free space above the candle so that the flame and heat rise freely.
To avoid irregular burning, dripping, or smoke, keep the candle away from drafts such as fans or air conditioners.
Leave enough space between two burning candles to prevent the heat from one from melting the other.
To safely extinguish a candle, do so carefully to avoid wax dripping or splattering.
Never use water to extinguish a candle as it could cause splashes of molten wax.
Before touching, moving or leaving a candle unattended, always wait until it is completely out.
Wax melts at a certain temperature. To keep candles in good condition when not in use, keep them in a cool, dry place.
Lamps (plate warmers):
Once lit, be careful when touching them because the container may be hot. Place the nightlight on a safe, temperature-resistant surface. When using metal capsule lamps as replacement candles, the heat from the capsule can melt the surrounding wax.
¡Caution! The holder can become hot and collect molten wax while in use. Be careful when touching it to avoid burning yourself and make sure it is placed on a temperature-resistant surface. Do not use water to extinguish the candle because it can cause splashes, in addition, due to thermal contrast, the container could break.
According to the composition of the essence, depending on the percentage of perfume in each candle and depending on the diameter of the melted wax, the candle will set the room more or less intensely.
Thick wick candles:
Paschal or altar candles, outdoor candles and torches have thicker wicks for larger flames. Paschal candles and altar candles are designed for very large spaces such as those of a church. Garden candles or torches may only be lit outdoors. Put them out by suffocation, never with water, as it could cause splashes of hot wax.