Quickview CandlesDirt is an essential element of every great course. This mix of mineral and organic material makes up not just the ground we walk upon and the horizon within our gaze, but also is the basis of plant growth. Dirt—or soil if you prefer—holds and purifies water, is home to myriad organisms and it tells the story of many millennia. Soil is the “skin of the Earth” and it speaks of the deep, storied roots of the game we love. “The secret is in the dirt,” said Ben Hogan. The “Dirt” candle celebrates this element of the game in a red soil-colored soy candle based on the deep, earthy, peat-like and organic smell of the patchouli plant. The aroma of patchouli is known to lift spirits and ease tension. Patchouli is a species of plant from the genus pogostemon. This bushy herb is part of the mint family, with erect stems producing small, pale pink-white flowers. The plant is native to warmer regions of Asia, Africa and Australia. Patchouli scent is naturally pest-repellant. SCENT - This fragrance is an earthy aroma of true herbal patchouli. The dirt candle is 100% soy and made in America [sf_modal header="Here are tips for safely prolonging the life of your candles" btn_colour="grey" btn_type="standard" btn_size="standard" btn_icon="" btn_text="Candle Care"]$20.00
Burn TimeThe first time you burn your candle, allow it to burn for at least two hours, until the whole top is liquid with wax. This will help your candle burn more evenly the next time. Colored Candles: May burn up to 90 hours.
Trim the WickBefore lighting your candle, trim the wick to 1/4-inch length. By shortening the wick, you allow it to burn more slowly and also avoid unsightly black smoke marks around the edge of the glass.
Realign the WickAfter blowing out your candle, re-center and straighten the wick.
SafetyNever leave a lit candle unattended. This could be a fire risk. Always place your candle on a level, heat resistant, non-flammable surface away from fabric or drapes. Choose an area free from drafts to avoid uneven burning. Do not place your candle on a marble or glass surface. If the bottom of the hot candle glass comes in contact with a cold material, the glass may crack. [/sf_modal]