Finnmaker Cracklin' Birch Candle

SKU: 100826
Finnmaker Cracklin&

Finnmaker Cracklin' Birch Candle

SKU: 100826
Regular price $ 19.99

A new, uniquely amazing birch fragrance! Clean-burning, non-toxic, eco-friendly, and long-lasting candle.

Finnmaker candles are produced by a family that is of Finnish heritage living in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. They're passionate about creating high-quality handcrafted eco-friendly soy wax candles with scents inspired by the natural environment around us. The amber glass jars create a cozy atmosphere and invoke a joyful response when the scent drifts throughout your home.

  • Brand: Finnmaker
  • Country: Made in Upper Peninsula of Michigan
  • Material: Soy Wax, Cotton Wick, Phthalate Free Fragrances
  • Size: 8 oz
  • Long-lasting 50-60 Hour Burn Time

Burning Instructions:

Follow these instructions for optimal performance. Keep wick trimmed to 1/4" each burn. For the first use burn until wax pool meets the edge of the glass (this allows for an even burn). Do not burn longer than 4 hours at a time. Let the wax cool before each burn. Burn in a safe place away from children, loose articles, hanging plants, and curtains. Keep away from drafts (this can create an uneven burn and a flame that is too strong).

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    Customer Reviews

    Based on 3 reviews
    Sandra C.
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    Arrived quickly

    Great Candle

    I love the fresh birch scent of this candle. I will have to try the other ones now as well!

    Wonderful smell!

    Reminds me of the smell one gets from a firepit or fireplace up in the northern woods of Finland, Canada or the US!