USE OF THE FURNACE BOWL
The incense is lit with the help of a lighter or a match, and 10 seconds after it ignites, the flame is extinguished and the tip is left to burn as embers. Approximately 3 minutes after it is burned, the reflux slowly begins to give off aromatic smoke, and as time passes, the smoke flow rate increases. For a more intense smoke image, when the incense is halved (towards the end), it is re-ignited and extinguished after 15-20 seconds. The average burning time of 1 incense is 25 minutes. Avoid burning in the form of flame for a long time, as this will burn the natural essential oils in the incense, causing a burning smell.
NOTE: Due to the essences and oils in the smoke circulating in the glass cylinder, the concrete reacts with the object and color changes occur in the sculpture from the first use and it creates an aging appearance over time. This is normal. The glass lantern can be washed after each use.