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Is White Barn and Bath and Body Works the same?

White Barn is a sister company of Bath and Body Works. White Barn candles are sold in Bath and Body Works stores when a free-standing store isn’t in the same location as a Bath and Body Works. Hope this answer helps!

What kind of wax does White Barn use?

Soy Candles and Burn Times White Barn candles are a soy-based wax with essential oil fragrances. The single wick candle has a burn time of 25-45 hours. The 3-wick candle has a fragrance burn time up to 45 hours. Soy candles have many advantages over paraffin and other candle waxes, including clean burning properties.

Why should you not burn a candle for more than 4 hours?

If you burn a candle for too long, carbon can collect on the wick and make it unstable. This can lead to a dangerously large flame, smoke and soot. So, always follow the candlemaker’s instructions. As a rule of thumb, candles should not be allowed to burn for longer than four hours.

How long do White Barn candles last?

White Barn Candle Company as sold through Bath & Body Works. Full size 14.5 ounce candle in glass jar with metal lid. 3-Wick candle burns approximately 30 to 45 hours.

How do you clean White Barn candles?

The secret to cleaning glass candle jars is to freeze them for at least a few hours. Then you’ll be able to use a butter knife and crack the wax easily and remove it. The metal wick at the bottom will also come off easily – just get under it with a butter knife and wiggle it off. Voila!

What is the proper way to light a candle?

How to burn a candle correctly

  1. Trim the wick. Every.
  2. Let the wax melt all the way across. Once your candle’s lit, DON’T blow it out until the top layer of wax has melted all the way across.
  3. Buy multi-wick candles.
  4. Keep the flame away from moving air.
  5. Dip your wicks to extinguish the flame.

Is it safe to burn a candle all the way down?

The National Candle Association ( states that the reason to not burn the wax (in a container or just a candle itself) all the way down is SAFETY. Candles in a jar or a container should be disposed of when they have half an inch of wax left in them.