Operation and Instructions:
Lamp Paradise fragrance lamps can
only use fragrance made for a catalytic converter, effusion
and/or fragrance lamps. It is to be used only for the purpose of
home fragrance and according to published use instructions. Use
only with catalytic lamp type oil. Do not use with any
other type of combustible fuels or liquids.
- Place catalytic fragrance
lamp on flat surface away from all combustible materials
above it or next to it.
- Fragrance Lamp fuel contains
alcohol, which can damage furniture finishes. Please use a
saucer or plateau under your lamp to protect your furniture
from oil spills and heat.
- Never leave open flame
- Do not leave lamp perfuming
overnight or for long periods of time.
- Always blow out flame. Do not
extinguish flame with cut off cap.
- Do not put protective vent
cap over open flame.
- Do not touch stone wick as it
is red hot even though you do not see a flame.
- Always cover the stone with
protective vent cap to prevent accidental burns.
- Protective vent cap and cut
off cap will get hot. Please handle caps with care
the catalytic fragrance lamp on flat surface away from all
combustible materials above or next to it. Fragrance Lamp
fragrance fuel contains alcohol, which may damage furniture
finish and create fire hazard. Have a wet cloth available to
clean up any oil spills immediately.
Catalytic Fragrance Lamp
1. Use funnel to fill lamp half
way full with oil. Over filling lamp will cause it to operate
2. Insert cotton wick into lamp
with stone resting in lamp neck.
3. Cover stone wick with snuffer
4. Allow wick to completely
absorb lamp fragrance fuel for 15-20 minutes.
5. Remove cut off cap and light
6. Heat stone for 2-3 minutes.
Lamp may produce up to a 4” – 6” flame. Flame may slowly reduce
to 1”-2”, or extinguish by itself. Do not leave open flame
7. Blow out any remaining flame. Do
not put protective vent or cut off cap on over open flame.
8. Place decorative top over
heated stone. Always place the decorative cap on lamp to
prevent burns. The stone becomes very hot and it is imperative
you cover it with the decorative cap to avoid a burn.
The catalytic fragrance lamp is
now fragrancing the air although you don’t see a flame. It will
not emit fragrance while flame is burning. It will continue to
emit fragrance until stone is covered with the "snuffer" cap or
fragrance fuel supply is empty.
Extinguishing Your Catalytic Fragrance Lamp
1. Remove protective vent
cap. Caps will get hot so be careful when handling or setting on
2. Cover stone with cut off cap.
3. Replace decorative top with
We recommend keeping several spare
wicks on hand and using the following process for storage and
cleaning. You will need:
- A small glass or plastic
storage container with an airtight lid.
isopropyl alcohol (70% won't work), check your local drug
Store your spare wicks in the
plastic container with enough or alcohol to cover the stones
completely. They will be saturated and ready to light the next
time you use your lamp. Rotate the wick in your lamp each time
you use it. Replace the alcohol as necessary, when it becomes
discolored. For stubborn or clogged wicks, allow to soak at
least overnight before using. If you are not using your lamp on
a regular basis, if the fragranced fuel sits in the lamp for
over a week, your wick may need the above soaking instructions.