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Sand for incense burner

Small white sand bag for filling your incense burner to keep straight the incense stick during combustion. ...
US$1.15
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Average : 5.0 / 5
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Description

Small white sand bag for filling your incense burner to keep straight the incense stick during combustion.

Data sheet

TDS
ENACC001
New product
16 Items
Data sheet
Height
2
H.2 x l.8 x L.10 cm
Weight
160
Matter
Sand
Origin
Belgium
Shape
Bag

Precautions and use of your incense

To properly light a stick, cone or string of incense, fire one end with a match or lighter. When the end ignites, let the flame consume the incense for 5 seconds, then extinguish it by shaking it. The end of the incense must now be incandescent and let escape a scented fumarole. Put it in a proper incense burner.

For your incense to burn properly, it must be well ventilated. If it goes out often, it is not dry enough or there is bad ventilation. In the latter case, leave the incense burner open if it has a lid.

Important:

  • Store your incense in a dry place to avoid burning problems.
  • Please use the different forms of incense with their proper support or incense burner.
  • Never force the insertion of an incense into an unsuitable support because the risk of scattering incandescent ashes is high.
  • Always stay in the room space where incense is burning.
  • The most effective way to put out an incense is to immerse it in the water.
  • Always use spaces large enough and airy.
  • Medical advice is needed for people with asthma, lung problems or allergies to certain fragrances.

To burn your incense ropes: burn them lying on a bed of ash or sand in a proper incense burner.

To burn your incense powder: light a charcoal made for this purpose, put it in a proper incense burner and then drop a pinch of incense powder on the top of the coal. You will then get the sweet scent of your aromatic herbs.

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 5/5
This customer bought 4 product(s).
Très beau zafu
Très beau zafu. Congorme à la description. Très satisfaite
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 5/5
This customer bought 41 product(s).
Nice burner.
This burner fits my need as I am burning incense daily. It can contain hashes for quite some time...
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Sand for incense burner (1.15 USD) 5/52 ratings - 2 advices