First, it varies from room to room.
The size of the room will affect the concentration of the fragrance. If the room is more extensive, you can choose a candle with a larger or larger candle. Because the candle burns, the more the candle is melted, the more intense the aroma will be. On the contrary, if the room is small, you can choose a small-sized candle. It is too rich in flavor, and it will make people feel that oxygen is insufficient. If necessary, open the window slightly.
Second, avoid mixing.
When choosing a candle, do not use the ordinary and scented candles simultaneously or use a variety of Scented Candles simultaneously. At the same time, the standard candle and the scented candle are ignited, and the former will absorb the aroma of the latter so that the fragrance in the room will become very light, but it will not achieve the desired effect. When igniting two or more scented candles simultaneously, different scent blends may produce another strange odor, and our sense of smell will be numb due to too many flavors.
Again, avoid the smell of smoke.
Nowadays, scented candles are produced by regular manufacturers and are generally used as vegetable waxes, such as soybean candles. Vegetable wax is healthier and more environmentally friendly than traditional paraffin wax. When burned, it does not produce smoke and scent, which benefits the human body. During the burning of the candle, the wick should be trimmed frequently, and the length of the wick should be kept at 0.5 cm-0.8 cm (note that special scissors should be used when decorating; be careful of burns). The wick will affect the fragrance. Do not blow out the mouth when extinguishing the candle to avoid white smoke and a burnt smell. It would be best to use a toothpick or a short wire to place it under the wick, push the wick down, let the wax flood the flame, and then cool it vertically. This will not produce white smoke and a burnt smell; it is also convenient for subsequent use.