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SAFETY AND CLEANING INSTRUCTIONS

General Instructions:

This product is not intended for children.
It is not a toy, keep away from babies and children under the age of 14. It is only for decoration or collection.

Note that the ovens, stoves and burners are functioning miniatures and therefore dangerous. With improper use, it may cause serious burns. Always use caution, burning incense and candles are hot!

Always place our ovens, stoves and burners on a heat-resistant surface or use the steel sheet tray provided to protect your furniture.
Please be aware that the outside of the burner may get very hot!

How to burn incense cones/sticks properly

Incense Cones

Light the tip of the incense cone. Gently extinguish the flame by blowing or fanning. Your cone should glow red and give off a delicate wisp of pale fragrant smoke indicating that it is slowly burning or "smoldering." Place on/in a cone proper burner. You can use our cones point facing up or down!

Tip: 
If the cone goes out, it may not be getting enough oxygen to keep it burning. This could happen if your burner is too small. If your burner has a lid, try removing it.

Incense Sticks

Light the tip of the incense stick. Our No. 1 Incense Sticks are solid sticks you can light either end. Gently extinguish the flame by blowing or fanning. Your incense should glow red and give off a delicate wisp of pale fragrant smoke indicating that it is slowly burning or "smoldering."  Place the unlit end in an appropriate incense burner.

Tip:
Always store our HUSS Incense cones/sticks in a cool dry place. If they pick up too much moisture they will not burn properly.

How to clean incense ovens/burners properly

Cleaning

Our HUSS Incense cone ovens and burners from the Ore Mountains are lovingly handcrafted from metal. The incense cones can be burned with the point down or upright, depending on the oven or burner, and then burn down gently and completely. The ashes fall into the designated combustion chamber.

You can then clean it easily and conveniently later. All HUSS Incense cone ovens and burners should be cleaned regularly. When the incense cones burn off, soot and fragrance deposits can form, which burn the next time and can smell unpleasant and smoke very heavily. You should therefore regularly clean your HUSS Incense ovens and burners with warm water, soap, and a brush.

Tip:
The HUSS Incense ovens and burners must be cooled down before cleaning. The detergents dry too quickly on a warm glass pane and the effect fizzles out.

We also do not recommend using any surface-scratching cleanser or instruments! Use only natural detergents. These include e.g. cold ash, black tea with lemon, soda, etc. You can also find cleaning tips for soot removal/cleaning on the internet with precise recipes and further tips.