Trim the wick: Before lighting your soy wax candle, always trim the wick to 1/4 inch. This helps to prevent excessive soot and ensures a clean, even burn.

Burn for the right amount of time: Allow your soy wax candle to burn for at least one hour for every inch of its diameter. This allows the wax to melt evenly and prevents tunneling.

Keep away from drafts: Soy wax candles should be kept away from any drafts, such as open windows or air vents. This helps to prevent uneven burning and keeps the flame from flickering.

Keep the wax pool clear: Always keep the wax pool free from any debris or wick trimmings. This ensures a clean and even burn and prevents any potential fire hazards.

Extinguish carefully: When extinguishing your soy wax candle, use a snuffer or dip the wick into the wax pool and then straighten it back up. This helps to prevent any smoking or sooting and ensures a clean burn for your next use.

Don't burn your candle for too long: It's recommended that you don't burn your soy wax candle for longer than 4 hours at a time. This helps to prevent the wick from getting too long, which can cause excessive flickering, smoking, or even a dangerous flame.

Keep the wax pool level: To prevent your soy wax candle from burning unevenly, make sure that the wax pool remains level at all times. If you notice that the wax has melted more on one side than the other, use a toothpick to gently nudge the wick towards the higher side.

Store your candles properly: To ensure the longevity of your soy wax candles, store them in a cool, dry place away from direct sunlight or heat. Exposure to these elements can cause the wax to melt or the fragrance to dissipate, leading to a shorter burn time and a less fragrant candle. Always use a candle holder: Never place your soy wax candle directly on any surface that could be damaged by heat or wax.

Always use a candle holder or plate to protect your furniture and prevent any accidents. 

By following these simple directions, you can ensure a safe and enjoyable experience when using your soy wax candles.