Make your backyard more festive this summertime by enlisting the help of garden torches. There's just something about a flickering flame that is both comforting and exciting.Even though they’re very simple, primitive even, garden torches are also wonderful and alluring. We perceive fire as comforting and for this reason garden torches are often used to set a pleasant ambiance in yards, gardens and outdoor settings in general. Fuel-lit torches provide ambient lighting and can also fend off mosquitos and other nighttime insects when used with citronella.
Setting the mood for any outdoor event, a garden torch is a great way to make backyard barbecues, outdoor weddings or just casual drinks in the yard feel summery and festive. With the start to summer and backyard entertaining, it's time to pull out the barbecue, beach balls and torches. garden torcheslight up the night, and with Citronella torch fuel, they are a helpful way to help repel mosquitos during outdoor parties.
HOW DO GARDEN TORCHES WORK ?
Equally space your Garden torches throughout your backyard or patio. Always place torches 5 feet to 7 feet apart for the best perimeter lighting and ambiance. Do not place torches under trees, overhangs or near other flammable materials. Position torches at least 6 feet away from the house or other structures. Make sure to place your torches 6 inches to 8 inches into the ground or use a torch stake or stand for extra stability.
WHAT IS THE BEST WAY TO FILL MY TORCH
When pouring fuel into torch or table torch, pour slowly. Replace cap after each use. Always store in and dispense fuel from original container. Always keep fuel and open flames away from children. For outdoor use only. As with all natural flame products there is an inherent risk, so do not leave the product unattended.
HOW DO I EXTINGUISH A TORCH
Most torches come with a snuffer cap attached to the wick ring of each torch. This acts as both an extinguisher and protective housing for the wick. To extinguish your torch, carefully place the snuffer cap over the wick so that it covers it completely. Replace the snuffer cap to protect the wick from the elements once the wick is cool.