can·dle , ˈkandl/, noun
1. Cylinder or block of wax with a central wick that is lit to produce light as it burns
WARNING: Failure to follow instructions could result in fire hazard, injury, or smoke damage. Burn candle with sight. Keep away from children and pets. Burn on heat-resistant surface away from heat sources or drafts. Remove debris before each lighting. Never move a lit candle. To reduce sooting, keep wick trimmed to ¼ “at all times. Do not allow wick trimmings or other foreign material to remain in the candle. Do not burn candle for more than four hours at a time. Discontinue use when ¼” of wax remains in the bottom.