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    Step One

    Burn the candle until 1/4" of wax remains.

    Put the candle in the freezer for 24 hours. At this point, the wax should have separated from the container a bit.

  • Step 2

    For wood wicks - put a towel on a surface, and a paper towel on that. Tap the candle upside down on the towels and the wax should fall lose. If this does not happen, you can also use a spoon to pop the wax out (cover the spoon in paper towel).

    For gold tins - push the bottom gently with your fingers until the wax "pops" off the bottom. Using a paper towel, reach into the candle to remove the chunk of wax.

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    Step 3

    Putyour refill in the jar and enjoy!

    Because of the unique shape of our gold tins, the melted wax will fall into the bottom of the candle after it has been lit for a few hours. The flame will briefly become larger, then shrink to normal size once the wax has leveled out.

Other FAQs

Do you need to FULLY clean out the jar of wax?

Nope! That's the joy of our refills. Minimal work. The most important element is that you get the chunk of wax out of the bottom of the candle, especially the metal wick holder. Refills should sit level in their container.

Can I put the refills in a non Rosmarino Candle jar?

No. These refills have only been tested and approved for fire safety in our jars.Β For safety reasons, do not use any other jar. Follow instructions on the warning label for safe burning.

What should I do with the leftover wax?

You can put the leftover wax in a wax melter to finish off the candle. When the scent is gone, you can compost the soy wax. The metal wick holder is recyclable, as well as the glue that holds it in place.