Raw beeswax is simple and sweet, the 4oz Beeswax Travel Tin is perfect for a globetrotter or adventurer. The 4 oz Beeswax Travel Tin makes for the perfect windowsill companion on a rainy day or during a springtime picnic. Its small travel size fits great on your bedroom nightstand and bathroom counter. Why not one for every room?
Please Note: To avoid tunneling, burn the 4oz Beeswax Travel Tin until the melting bath has reached the wall of the tin.
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- Burn Time: 20 hours
- Dimensions: 2.75in (diameter) x 1.85in (height)
- Weight: 4 oz
- Clean burn – no toxic petrochemical by-products
- Square Waxed Cotton wick – no lead
- Tin is recyclable
- Trim the wick to ¼” before every lighting.
- To maximize burn time, allow the candle to burn until the molten pool has reached the tin wall. You can continue to burn the candle at this point.
- To prevent uneven burning, use a metal tool to redirect a curled or angled wick in the opposite direction. To prevent wick breakage when doing this, be sure to nudge the wick below the level of the molten pool where the wick is not burned and thus sturdier.
Our mission is to create quality eco-friendly beeswax products that champion healthy living, and conscious consumer behaviors. We source raw material locally, and proudly craft our product in New York. (Read more about 13 Beeswax)
Beeswax is a natural wax derived from honeybees. Bees consume six to eight pounds of honey to produce one pound of beeswax. When originally formed, wax in the honeycomb is nearly white, but yellows with the addition of natural oils introduced by pollen and nectar from flowers. Beeswax is collected directly from the honeycombs of a beehive and can be found in different forms. Due to its high melting point; beeswax’s already easy workability is enhanced when in granules/pearl form.
Paraffin free, benzene free. As a result, no toxic petrochemical by-products are released during the burning of beeswax candles.