By following these care instructions, you can help preserve the beauty and integrity of your stained glass products for years to come.
Use a soft, lint-free cloth or a non-abrasive sponge to clean the glass surface.
Avoid using harsh chemicals, abrasive cleaners, or scouring pads, as they can damage the glass.
If storing for an extended period, wrap the stained glass in acid-free tissue paper and store it in a cool, dry place.
Hanging and Display
Ensure that the hanging hardware is securely attached and appropriate for the weight of the stained glass piece. Please do not use suction cups.
Avoid hanging in areas where it might be subject to excessive vibrations or movement
Handling and Transport:
Always handle stained glass products with clean hands to prevent smudges and fingerprints.
Use both hands to support larger pieces and avoid placing stress on delicate areas.
Avoid Water Exposure:
Do not submerge stained glass in water, and avoid placing it in areas prone to high humidity.
Protect the stained glass from accidental bumps or impacts by placing it in a location where it's less likely to be touched or knocked over.
If significant damage occurs, consult a professional stained glass artist or restorer for repairs.
By following these care instructions, you can ensure the safe and efficient operation of your plug-in night light.
Avoid using the glass portion to unplug or plug in the nightlight; instead, utilize the bottom socket.
Place the night light in an electrical outlet that is secure and easily accessible. Avoid overcrowding the outlet with other devices.
Ensure the night light is used in well-ventilated spaces to prevent overheating.
Avoid Overloading Circuits:
Do not overload the electrical circuit by plugging too many devices into the same outlet.
Regularly clean the night light with a soft, dry cloth to remove dust and dirt. Avoid using water or liquid cleaners.
Avoid Covered Outlets:
Do not cover the night light or obstruct airflow around it, as it may cause overheating.
Trim the Wick:
Before lighting, trim the wick to about 1/4 inch (0.6 cm) to ensure a clean, even burn.
Use a Proper Holder:
Place the candle in a sturdy, heat-resistant candle holder that is appropriate for the candle's size and shape.
Burn candles away from drafts to ensure an even and steady burn.
Keep Away from Flammable Materials:Keep candles at least 4 inches (10 cm) away from curtains, paper, or any other flammable materials.
Never Leave Unattended
Never leave a burning candle unattended, and extinguish it before leaving the room.
Do not burn the candle for more than 4 hours at a time. Allow it to cool before relighting.
Position on a Flat Surface:
Place the candle on a flat, stable surface to prevent tipping or wax spillage.
Use a snuffer or gently blow out the candle to avoid hot wax splatter.
Avoid Moving While Lit:Do not move a burning candle. Extinguish it and let it cool before relocating.
Store candles in a cool, dry place away from direct sunlight and extreme temperatures.
Inspect for Damage:
Before each use, inspect the candle for any signs of damage, such as cracks or uneven wax, and discontinue use if found.
Clean Wax Drips Promptly:
If wax drips onto surfaces, allow it to cool and gently remove it. Avoid using sharp objects that may scratch.
Avoid Burning to the End:
Leave at least 1/2 inch (1.3 cm) of unmelted wax at the bottom of the candle to prevent overheating the holder.
Dispose of Properly:
Once the candle has burned down, discard any remaining wax and wick remnants in a safe and eco-friendly manner.