An incense burner fountain is an elegant way to add atmosphere and fragrance to any room. They come in various colors and designs, suitable for both personal and commercial use.
How to Utilize An Incense Burner Fountain
Before using your incense burner fountain, there are a few things you should take into consideration. First, place the burner on a heat-resistant surface (such as marble or stone table top). Next, ensure the cones are placed correctly for optimal smoke backflow.
Backflow cones are hollow and designed to let smoke cascade down in a gentle cascading motion. Additionally, these devices enable incense to be burned more quickly, producing stronger aromas than traditional incense cones.
Place your incense burner on a flat surface in a calm and quiet location away from doors and windows – such as your living room, dining room or bedroom.
Once you’ve selected an appropriate spot, light the incense cone. You can either use a matchbox or gas lighter to ignite it; simply hold the tip for 5-10 seconds until white cloud smoke appears.
Once the incense has burned, take it out of its burner and wipe it clean with a paper towel. Doing this is important as incense is highly flammable and could easily ignite people or property if left unattended.
How to Light an Incense Cone
To ignite a back flow incense cone, read the instructions on the package carefully. Afterward, position the cone on top of your burner’s base; there’s no general rule here; so, consult your product packaging for exact placement instructions.
A back flow incense cone should be lit with either a candle or matchbox and then extinguished. If using the latter, you may need to blow out the flame several times until your cone glows red/orange and releases an enjoyable aroma.
Once the incense cone is lit, place it in an incense holder. Be mindful not to place the cone too close to the seat hole as this could cause spillage and ruination of your fragrant materials.
You can also place the incense cone on a plate or other flat surface that isn’t directly flammable. This is recommended for all types of incense cones, but particularly important when using back flow incense cones since they tend to clog the incense holder if not kept clean.
Once an incense cone is placed on a burner, it should take around two minutes for smoke to cascade downward in a waterfall effect. This is an excellent way to relax and add fragrance to any room – whether at home or while traveling. You can even purchase voodoo incense waterfall burners to add even more fun flair!
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