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  • The candle inventors recommend users to burn the candles only three to four hours per use

    • by Amor Fati

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      Yankee candles may work well for regular days, but WoodWick candles are the way to go for the holidays. The candles come in various sizes. A 3.2 ounce candle can burn up to 30 hours. A 10 ounce candle can burn up to 100 hours. Whatever the size, all candles have one trademark characteristic: when a user lights the wick, the burning sounds

      like a crackling fire.

      Most women like the idea of snuggling up on a rainy day beside a fire with a good book. If they do not have the materials for a roaring fire, they can buy and light a WoodWick candle. The 3.2 ounce candle costs 7.95 dollars. The 10 ounce candle cost 19.95 dollars.

      The candles also come in various scents, such as Holiday Glow, a spicy scent, and greenery scents. I like the Holiday Glow. The greenery scent I smelled was somewhat repelling. I had to read the label to know what the scent was trying to represent.

      These candles are best for the holidays not only for their scents, but for their decorative containers. They appear like miniature vases: wide at the tops and bottoms ...

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      and narrow in the middle. The green or red containers either boast decorative designs, such as floral patterns, or are reflective. All the containers bring the season home, brightening up rooms with their shades and patterns.

      The candle inventors recommend users to burn the candles only three to four hours per use. To prevent furniture from catching fire, the candles should be placed on

      nonflammable surfaces, away from drafts, and never left unattended.

      I recommend WoodWick candles to all women who wish to decorate their homes for the holiday season with candles. Both the scents and the decorative containers will bring in the brightness of the season, and the crackling fire sound will delight all who hear and have them asking as to the location of the fireplace.

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