Say hello to our latest recycle + reuse initative: CANDLE REFILLS.
Our candle refills are wax refills moulded specifically to fit our classic Grace + Marie candle jars. Once you've finished burning your original candle, simply clean out the jar and drop a refill in. Light it as you would any normal candle and enjoy!
To get the most out of your candle refill, it is recommended that when you light your candle for the first time, always allow the wax to burn so that it melts across the entire surface to the edges and pools to the edges of the container. This will effectively assist in preventing tunnelling and help promote an even burn for the duration of the candle's life. For more candle care and safety precautions click here.
Properties that make our candles extra special:
- They are made with natural, pure GMO free soy wax.
- Blended with high grade Australian made fragrances that aren't tested on animals.
- Use lead free wicks.
Please note that as candle refills are made to order, we ask that you allow 7 business days before they are dispatched. If any other products are purchased in the same transaction, all products will be shipped together.
There are a few things you need to do before using your candle refill.
- Once your old candle has reached the end of its life, give it a good cleanout by placing your Grace + Marie jar in a bowl of hot water to melt the remaining wax. Once melted, use a paper towel to absorb and remove the wax and discard of in the bin - do not pour melted wax down the drain.
- Remove the wick tab and dispose of this.
- Then give your jar a thorough clean in warm soapy water and wipe dry. Our labels are waterproof if you decide to keep them on, otherwise, they can easily be peeled off if you'd prefer.
- Unpackage the candle wax refill and peel the tape cover from the bottom of the wick tab.
- Gently place the refill into your clean Grace + Marie jar and press down.
- Light and burn the candle until the melt pool reaches the edge of the jar. This will ensure an even burn and prevent any tunnelling.