Firefly Sustainability Scholarship

Firefly Fuel is very excited to announce our first scholarship for creative individuals who embrace sustainability. We are awarding $1,000 to the most creative, moving entry.

Our company is passionately committed to bringing eco-friendly, environmentally sustainable refillable oil candles and fuel to homes, restaurants and resorts. [click to continue…]

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I’m Susan Tyson with Firefly. In this video I will show you how to lovingly care for your Firefly Oil Candle and wick.

Oil candles are not only economical but are versatile, easy to use and maintain. Let’s take a look.

All Firefly Oil Candles are shipped with a small, plastic funnel. You can purchase other filling accessories online like bottles and spouts.

The wick is your fuel line. It feeds the fuel to the tip where the fuel evaporates. The fumes are what you are actually burning. Any corruption of the wick, interrupts that flow. Corruption could be fuel contaminated with water, a scorched, dry or a twisted wick. All effect the efficiency of the wick.

You will need to trim your wick occasionally. When? If you notice the performance of the wick has changed and if you run your oil candle dry and allow the wick to dry out.

Twist and push the wick up through the collar until you see the end of the burned area. Trim the scorched part. Continue to pull through and then… this is very important … untwist the wick; otherwise your fuel line will not perform optimally.

We suggest you expose the wick about 1/8” above the collar. This will give you a good flame and provide excellent burn mileage.

If you are using a candle with an “aroma deck” like the Zen Petite Prayer Candle or the Athena, here’s a tip if you start to get a clear, sticky build up of essential oil. Simply remove the wick, put a drop of fuel on the deck and wipe clean with a paper towel.

Questions about wick threading? I’ve already done a video showing how you can easily re-thread a wick that has pulled out of the collar. Here’s the link. Wick Threading.

Pretty easy! If you have any questions, just drop me an email at Tyson (at) thecoconutgroup.com

Thanks for watching.

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Refillable Oil Candle – The Zen Petite Prayer Candle

August 13, 2014

I’m Susan Tyson with Firefly. Following is a brief video to showcase our patent-pending Zen Petite Prayer Oil Candle. The refillable oil candle is a single piece. The diameter is 2-1/8″ wide at the top, 1-7/8″ wide on the bottom and 2-3/4″ tall. It’s about the size of a typical glass votive.

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Firefly Pillar Oil Candle Gift Set Giveaway

July 21, 2014

Our last “giveaway” of a Transcend Oil Candle was very well received. We plan to do a “giveaway” every couple of months or so.

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Winner of the Transcend Oil Candle Giveaway

July 2, 2014

Greetings to everyone that entered our Transcend Oil Candle Giveaway. I want to thank you for your time and interest. This is our first giveaway and, so far, it’s been a very good experience. Surprisingly, over 76% of you took the time to write a comment. I really wasn’t expecting that. In general, you thought [...]

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Tiki Torch Fuel Burn Off

June 28, 2014

The goal of this burn test is to demonstrate the soot and Smoke various fuels produce in a tiki torch using a 1/2″ fiberglass wick and how long they really burn.

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Refillable Prayer Candles by Firefly – Zen Petite

June 18, 2014

We’d like to introduce our brand new Firefly Zen Petite Prayer Candle. It’s a one-piece, glass oil candle. These prayer candles are a must have and come in at an astonishingly affordable price.

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The Great Firefly Oil Candle Giveaway 2014!

May 23, 2014

Well, here we are, Spring 2014. Seems like a great time to create a giveaway and get the world talking about our stunning glass oil candles. To enter, click the “Giveaway” image below.

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How To Color Lamp Oil

May 14, 2014

Firefly Glass Oil Candles make a design statement as well as set the mood for any dining event. While I am a minimalist and think much less is more, surprisingly, I actually prefer colored lamp oil to clear. The other interesting point is when I told my mother we were considering adding DIY coloring for [...]

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Threading an Oil Candle Wick Collar

May 7, 2014

We have lots of oil candles around here and use them all the time as do our restaurant customers. Occasionally, these little cotton wicks need to be replaced or you pull them out by mistake. This post is to show you an easy way to thread the cotton wick used in the oil candle through [...]

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