Warndu (Night 'Wilytya') Candle
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'Wilytya' means Night in the Adnyamathanha language of the Flinders Ranges. This candle is the perfect way to wind down and relax before bed. This candle is made with a blend of Native seagrass and Wild Lavender.
Label artwork by Damien Coulthard.
◎ Scent: Native Seagrass and Wild Lavender
◎ Ingredients: Hand poured with 100% Soy Wax
◎ Burn Time: 70 + hours
◎ Dimensions: 12cm (h) x 9.5cm (d)
◎ Weight: 1.83kg
Please note: Because each candle is individually made - natural variations will occur.
Your bespoke candle is made with high grade soy wax and botanicals. We suggest that to get the full burn hours from your candle that you allow it to melt to the sides of the container each time you light it. This way it will burn down evenly, preventing tunnelling and extend its longevity. We also suggest for safety reasons that you do not burn for more than 3 hours at a time and that you trim the wick before each use to avoid the container from overheating and the wick depositing soot onto the container.
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