Product Type: Glade Household Cleaning
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Glade Winter Berries
Member Name: juicy_lucy
Glade Winter Berries
Advantages: Nice smell
Disadvantages: Not a lot
Glade winter berriescandle
I like to burn scented candles and tend to like the Glade products so when these this was available in my local supermarket at less than half price I decided that it was a bargain and wouldn't disappoint.
This candle is sold in a cardboard sleeve, with all the information on the back of the sleeve. When I take out the candle, the candle is a nice deep purple colour and sits in a rounded glass jar. The glass jar itself is purple and decorated all around with branches and dark berries reminiscent of winter berries. It always seems a shame afterwards to let the jar go to waste so I always get these types of jars refilled.
The instructions tell me to trim the wick to 5mm but I hadn't read the instructions before lighting it, and it didn't have any adverse effects. When I light the candle it lets off a nice glow through the painted glass, and the smell is almost instantly discernible. The information on the candle sleeve tells me that this is a deliciously premium blend of seasonal fruits and spiced scents.- obviously perfect for the winter months! For the aroma to really fill the room, it's best to burn the candle for 2-4 hours, as suggested in the instructions.
There are certain warnings such as keep the candle away from children, don't move while the candle is lit, and warns that this is for indoor use only.
The candle is made by SC Johnson, and there is lots of information on the website, www.glade.com. It seems there is a candle for almost every occasion. This cost me £1.50 from Sainsbury but the RRP is £3.
I do as suggested and tend to burn the candle for about three hours at a time and definitely for no longer than 4 hours. It has already lasted 5 days of this type of burning and there is I believe a few days left.
The candle lights easily and unlike some candles does burn right to the bottom of the jar. I hate it when there is a lot of the wax wasted around the edges or when the wick disappears and has to be gauged out of the wax to light. It lets off a very subtle but discernible scent and it is definitely one for the winter weather.
A great candle for eliminating odours, and one which I would recommend for use any time you are wanting a nice scent.
Thanks for reading.
Summary: Scented candle
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