The Glass Hood is handmade in Germany from high-quality borosilicate glass. It protects the flame from the wind. The brilliant glass reflects the vivid flame and intensifies the effect of the light. Used with the Glass Hood the Waxburner gives off a warm, romantic light. The Glass Hood prevents accidental contact with the flame and keeps children and adults safe. If the Waxburner is working correctly, the glass will become warm, but not hot. There is no risk of burns if the Waxburner is touched. Place the snuffer lid supplied onto the opening of the base ring to extinguish the flame. You can do this without removing the Glass Hood.
The Glass Hood does not protect against moisture penetration. Water in the bowl can prevent the Waxburner from working properly and cause damage in icy conditions. The Waxburner and Glass Hood must be stored in a dry place where they are safe from frost.
If required, the Glass Hood and the ceramic parts can be washed in the dishwasher or by hand using washing-up liquid.
Aromatherapy & pure essential oils
The Waxburner with Glass Hood is ideal for aromatherapy. To do so, drop pure essential oils into the liquid wax. The essential oil will evaporate very gently in the hot wax, creating a long-lasting aroma. We offer pure essential oils that are specially intended for use in the Waxburner.
- Anti-insect oil: Fragrant & repels insects
- Relax oil: Relaxing fragrance
- Swiss Pine oil: Natural pine fragrance
- Winter Dreams oil: Wintry fragrance
- Aroma of Gold oil: Our highest quality fragrance blend
- 4 seasons: Consists of four fragrances to match the seasons
We supply pure, high-quality candlewax pastilles for use as a refill if you have run out of leftover candles or to add for a clean burn. This will help your Waxburner to always burn cleanly and reliably. 2 kg and 4 kg bags of wax are available for around 240 hours and around 480 hours of burning respectively. Each bag contains a measuring scoop.
Information about using beeswax
Beeswax often contains foreign bodies and honeycomb remnants. They can cause the wick to become stuck together and also result in poor burning with increased soot. We advise against using beeswax as a fuel.
You can find more information at www.wax-burner.com
Glass hood for the Indoor Waxburner CeraLava®, ring base, glass hood and snuffer lid