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Zanzibar - Paint Tin Candle
Zanzibar - Paint Tin Candle
£15.00

Zanzibar - Paint Tin Candle

A candle for the creatives amongst us!

A Zanzibar scented paint tin candle. Escape to paradise with this stunning fragrance. It combines fresh bergamot, bright orange + rich amber with warming notes of exotic coconut, vanilla + almond.

A 100% natural plant wax scented candle delivered in a reusable stainless steel paint tin with lever lid. A cotton wick (that is free of lead, tin and zinc) ensures a clean, even burn and scent throw.


CONTAINS:

1 x scented natural wax candle

1 x 20cl reusable stainless steel paint tin with lever lid


Burn time 40+ hours, depending on usage.

#ANNIEDWARDSREPURPOSED

 

RE-USE + REPURPOSE YOUR ANNI EDWARDS CANDLE

 

All our candles are designed to have a long + purposeful life, long after the wax inside is gone. Every candle vessel is chosen because it can be re-used again + again. We've listed a few of our favourite ways to re-purpose them below, but the possibilities are endless. They're too pretty to throw away anyway.

 

Share your re-purposed pictures with us using the hashtag #ANNIEDWARDSREPURPOSED

  

1. If you want to keep it simple, just pop a tealight candle into your used vessel to let the candle light live on.
2. Our Osaka range bowls are perfect for pickles, dips + nibbles and brighten up any table.
3. Small stationary items such as paperclips or jewellery items such as rings + ear-rings are stored safety in our silver lidded travel tins.
4. Add a little greenery to your home by turning taller vessels into planters, either planting spring bulbs or small succulents.
5. The perfect make-up room addition, use the empty jar to organise make-up brushes, cotton wool or lipsticks.

 

 

REMOVING ANY LEFT OVER WAX FROM YOUR VESSEL 

Our candles use natural wax, which has a lower melting point than paraffin wax. It's fairly easy to clean your jar with just some warm water and soap.  

Use a spoon to loosen + scoop out as much of the left-over wax as possible, also removing the wick collar (the metal bit at the end of the wick). You might need to pry it a bit if it's stuck down. 

Let the jar sit for a while to loosen the wax, then wash it under warm running water to remove any last bits of wax from the inside of the jar. A final rinse will make it sparkle and ready for re-use!