Spruced Up Labrador Wooden Wick Candles are hand poured on site at our studio in Happy Valley-Goose Bay and feature a crackling wooden wick and luxury coco apricot creme wax. Each 8 oz candle yields a 40+ hour burn time. Enjoy your mini “fireplace” that’s boxed and ready to give!
The word “Kilabuk” in Nunavut dialect Inuktitut means “the cap of a mountain” and is also the name of a friend! He smells like soft notes of lemon, ozone and bergamot (right Kilabuk?) Also named after our mountainous ranges that can be seen all across Labrador 😉
Please note, photo is of “Whipped Coffee”, not Kilabuk (same candle jar and design)
See below on how to maintain your wooden wick candle.
For first use, allow candle to burn 3 hours, no more than 4 hours to reach a full melt pool. Doing this will ensure it burns well, without wax tunnelling with consecutive burns. Trim wick to 1/8 inch by pinching off the blackened curled bits of wick (not the entire blackened portion!) with your fingers, nail clippers or wick trimmers. If flame seems too large, blow out, trim wick and relight.
Never leave your burning candle unattended, and always light on a heat proof surface. Keep out of reach of flammable objects, pets, children or anything that may catch on fire. Do not burn for longer than 4 hours at a time and stop burning when 1/2″ of wax remains at the bottom. When wax is cooled, scoop out, clean with hot soapy water or rubbing alcohol and use as the nicest storage container!
Wooden wicks in our candles are patented by www.lumetique.com/patents