Bliss Petite Oil Candle
Our Firefly Bliss Petite is a hand-blown, round liquid oil candle. It is simplistic, elegant and well made. We use several on our dining table at night. They maintain their beauty night after night and never change unlike messy wax candles. You can use them alone or in a lantern or candle holder. Refilling is a snap with the included funnel.
This Bliss glass candle is clear. The light green color is simply a reflection of the glass from under the oil candle.
We suggest using unscented Firefly CLEAN Lamp Oil or Firefly Paraffin Lamp Oil for the best performance. You can easily create colored lamp oil by using our lamp oil dye.
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- Hand-Blown Borosilicate Glass Oil Lamp. This Bliss Petite Glass Candle is Clear. The Light Green Color is Simply a Reflection of the Glass from Under the Oil Candle.
- Diameter at Largest Point: 2-1/2 inches
- Height to the tip of the wick is 3-1/4 inches. The Bliss uses a Firefly 2.6mm cotton wick. Replacements are available on this site.
- Burn Time: Approximately 6 hours per ounce using Firefly Paraffin Lamp Oil. Times may vary. It really varies by the fuel you use and the height of the wick.
- Holds Approximately 2-3/4 Ounces of Lamp Oil. The Lamp Oil is NOT included but is sold separately.
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Recommended Lamp Oil
We recommend using Firefly CLEAN Lamp Oil or Firefly Paraffin Lamp Oil because both are designed to burn very cleanly producing virtually no soot, smoke or odor. If you choose another brand, please select a high-quality pure liquid paraffin oil.
NEVER MIX FUELS as mixing will change the burning characteristics.
You want a combustible fuel, NOT a FLAMMABLE fuel. NEVER USE KEROSENE, ACETONE, ALCOHOL, GASOLINE or PAINT THINNER . Sorry for shouting but it’s important 🙂 and please do not use any kind of vegetable oil as it is not a proper fuel for your oil candle.
The wick is the highway for the fuel. Please be sure the wick is completely saturated before lighting it. If you light the wick before it is completely saturated, you will burn the wick and experience smoke.
Never let the fuel run dry as the wick will be compromised and doing so will significantly limit the lifetime of the wick. Wicks require trimming over time when you notice they are not performing properly. Simply, twist and push the wick through the collar and trim to the bottom of the scorched area. IMPORTANT: Untwist the wick before readjusting to the appropriate height, otherwise, your highway becomes a bumpy back road!
The height of the wick should be about 1/16” or less above the collar for the best performance. Flames grow after the initial lighting. Wait for 5 minutes.
Rethreading Your Wick
Oh No! You pulled the wick out of the collar, now what do you do? Easy!
Filling Your Candle
Hold the small plastic tab at the top of the funnel. Insert into the candle. Keep elevated above the candle neck. DO NOT rest the funnel on the candle neck as this will restrict the flow of fuel causing the fuel to potentially overflow making a real mess!
You can figure about 6-8+ hours per ounce of fuel. Firefly CLEAN will burn significantly longer than Firefly Paraffin.
Additional Important Info
• DO NOT overfill your oil candle. Fill your oil candle 3/4 or less full.
• Never leave burning candles unattended
• The wick collar gets very hot. Let it cool for 10 minutes before touching.
• Lamp Oil is poisonous. Keep it in a safe place.
• Place your candle on a flat, stable surface away from any traffic.
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