1803 Grandpa's Trees Jar Candle

1803 Grandpa's Trees Jar Candle

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1803 Candle Company
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$ 22.95
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Made in America

“Grandpa’s trees scent the air on the old dirt road. Folks driving by honk and wave at Grandpa sitting on the porch.”

The crisp aroma of weathered pine trees has a place in everyone’s home. The fresh-cut fragrance of woodsy green branches mingling with just a hint of spice and light notes of sweetness cause you to envision a walk through the pine forest on a warm day just after a rain. In our Grandpa’s Trees soy candle, we have captured that perfect scent of fir trees without being overwhelming. Whether you have a cabin in the woods or an apartment in the city, Grandpa’s Trees is a favorite, familiar, healing scent perfect for any time of the year.

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These Long Burning Soy Candles are a favorite of our customers for their fabulous fragrances and CLEAN burn.

No petroleum gives you a clean safe candle! No more black soot on your glass surfaces and no more harmful agents in your home's air!

Benefits of our Soy Wax Candles

  • Our Soy Wax is made of soybeans planted & harvested from fields in the USA
  • 100% Soy Wax
  • Soy-Based Premium Fragrance & Essential oils are blended into melted soy wax flakes
  • Cotton Braided Wick
  • Biodegradable
  • Water Soluble
  • Clean Burning
  • Virtually Soot Free with proper candle wick maintenance and burn time
  • Non-Toxic
  • No Prop 65 Chemicals
  • No Phthalates
  • No Petroleum by Products
  • No Paraffin or Dyes

Soy Jar Candle Burn Time
14 fl. oz. Jar: 80 Hours

Reduce Reuse Recycle
To reduce the impact of landfill waste please recycle or reuse. Our favorite way to reuse the jar is to plant a succulent, we use sand in the bottom because it looks nice through the clear glass. Do you like to catch lightning bugs with the kiddos? Put some holes in the lid and they can watch the amazing light show. Get creative and feel good about glass recycling and upcycling 1803 Candle Jars.

How to Clean our Candle Jar
Begin by using a spoon or flathead screwdriver to pry the wick loose. Next, fill with a bit of hot water and let sit for a minute to loosen the wax, and start wiping the jar out over a garbage can with a paper towel. Continue by using an old towel warmed with hot water and wipe the inside of the jar several times. Then wash with hot soapy water or put into the dishwasher.