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Safety First

Please always burn candles safely and on a heat resistant surface. Away from drafts, other heat sources or anything that could be considered a fire hazard (curtains, blankets, pillows, etc.) Always keep out of reach of children and pets, and never leave a candle unattended. 

Candle Care

The first burn of your candle is the most important. With any candle be sure to burn one hour for every 1 inch in diameter of its jar. If this doesn't happen the candle will begin to "tunnel" and will continue to tunnel down with each burn giving it a shorter lifespan. 

Be sure to trim your wick down to 1/8 inch before each light. 

When only 1/2" of wax remains of your candle thank it for the memories and tell it goodbye. Burning any longer could potentially cause heat damage to the surface it sits on, as well as overheat the jar and causing it to break.

Candle specs

Glad Dog uses no coloring or dyes in any of our candles.
All candles will be white or a very light shade of color from the fragrance oils. 

Why Wood Wicks?

  • Can sometimes crackle quietly

  • Cater to a minimalist decor.

  • Sourced from sustainable forests.

  • Never emit any harmful toxins.

The coconut blend wax advantage

  • Cleaner burning - no toxins, carcinogens or pollutants.

  • Longer lasting -  burns cooler which means that you can enjoy your candle for generally 30-50% longer than a paraffin candle.

  • Coconut wax is made from the meat of the coconut (organic, renewable, and no pesticides)


Scent vs Space- Realistic Expectations
Room Size Guide:
Candles (8oz jars) = about 256 sq ft
Reed diffusers (2oz) = 160 sq ft

Medium sized candles thrive in medium-sized rooms. If the space you're burning your candle in is too large you might not noticed a pungent fragrance. Tall ceilings over 8 feet and large rooms over 256 sq feet will require multiple candles for sufficient scent in your space.  Our sense of smell “gets used to” fragrances when exposed to them for any length of time so if you've been burning your candle for a while and don't notice the scent anymore take a step outside and come back into the aroma.