Lazy Hotel Candle With Lazy Oaf
Lazy Hotel Candle With Lazy Oaf
Lazy Hotel Candle With Lazy Oaf
Lazy Hotel Candle With Lazy Oaf
Lazy Hotel Candle With Lazy Oaf
Lazy Hotel Candle With Lazy Oaf
Lazy Hotel Candle With Lazy Oaf
Lazy Hotel Candle With Lazy Oaf
Lazy Hotel Candle With Lazy Oaf
Lazy Hotel Candle With Lazy Oaf
Lazy Hotel Candle With Lazy Oaf
Lazy Hotel Candle With Lazy Oaf

Lazy Hotel Candle With Lazy Oaf

$39.00 Sale Save
Color Black

Only 7 left in stock

Getting all spicey aint we doing a collab with a big fancy brand.

Well what can I say, when Lazy Oaf (a brand I have been buying for years) knocked at the door of Good Candles Towers and asked if we could do a candle with them I jumped at the chance and here we are.

Part of their Lazy Hotel Drop this August, the candle brings back the memories of seedy hotels, weird carpetted hallways and a slight whiff of booze in the air.

Let's 'av it.

Why The Outside Project

Imagine not having a roof over your head and feeling you are on the outside of services due to historical and present prejudice in society or your previous home environment?

Scent Notes

A rich and intoxicating candle created to conjure nostalgic feelings of long road-trips and stays and hotels past... and a hint of parma violets.

Violet leaf, cashmere, oud and patchouli are mixed with pine, dry wood, tobacco and musk to evoke the bourbon of mini-bar miniatures, old furniture, carpeted hallways and the faint smell of the road outside your motel window.

The Scent Brief
You are travelling, maybe on a road trip, or on a long drive home from somewhere else.  
You’re too tired and have found a road-side hotel to spend the night. The only place with vacancies. It's dated but fabulous. There’s a really ugly carpet in the lobby with that faintly but not unpleasantly musty smell.
You check into your room, light a cigarette, and leave it burning in the ashtray while you take a shower.  You drink one too many mini-bar miniature bourbons. 
Call reception to ask if they can make you a grilled cheese sandwich but room service have clocked off for the night.
You go out to the hallway; a neon fire escape sign flickers and you buy some snacks from the dodgy looking vending machine.

An ashtray, empty minibar miniatures, old vending machines, pretzels, old furniture, carpets and the smell of the road outside…

 

 

Candle Care

Candle care and safety is the serious thing on this website. If you take care of your candle it will smell better, it will also last longer and will fill your house with good vibes.

 

If you take good care of it everything will be better and it will also be safe to burn. We’re all grown ups but let’s be clear, you are setting fire to something in your home and that requires a bit of common sense.

 

Make Candles Great Again

  • Trim the wick - if you don’t the flame will be massive, the candle will burn badly and will be unsafe. Why would you not do this? Go find those scissors. You wanna go to 5mm if you can (that’s quite small)
  • Trimmed the wick? Bravo. This should prevent smoke and residue.
  • Is your wick in the middle? Yeah weird huh, sometimes when you burn a candle the wick can shift over a bit. Keep an eye on this one.
  • Burn Time - first time? You want to make sure you have 2 hours to let the melt pool reach all the way round the candle. Super important on the first burn to prevent those holes you see in candles (we call this tunnelling).
  • There are full safety instructions on the box and candle but some really obvious ones we want to call out.
    • Never leave candles unattended
    • Don’t leave them by an open window or a draft
    • Don’t burn a candle right next to another candle. The glass can get incredibly hot if you do this and this is when cracks happen.
    • Don’t burn candles right down to the bottom of the vessel. Our candles will last 40-50 hours so don’t panic. That last bit left in the glass is ok to leave.

 

You can find out more here on candle safety.

 

https://www.fireservice.co.uk/safety/candles/

http://www.britishcandles.org/?safety

 

 

About The Outside Project

The Outside Project is an LGBTIQ+ Community Shelter, Centre and Domestic Abuse Refuge in response to those within the LGBTIQ+ community who feel endangered, who are homeless, ‘hidden’ homeless and feel that they are on the outside of services due to historical and present prejudice in society and in their homes.

  • Provision of identity responsive housing and spaces for the LGBTIQ+ Community

  • Professional and ‘knowledge by experience’ peer-led support to LGBTIQ+ people in crisis

  • Advocacy for LGBTIQ+ rights and needs within wider systems and services

  • Promoting improved ‘social health’ and sobriety within the LGBTIQ+ Community

  • Develop relationships with services to strengthen support for the LGBTIQ+ Community

  • Share our knowledge to educate others on the unique & complex needs of LGBTIQ+ people

Candle Info

This full size candle will provide good times for over 45 hours. Check out our playlists designed for each candle that should last the distance and bring some good vibes.

 

Perfect for evenings, lounges, presents and generally making your home smell of good times.

 

Lazy Hotel Playlist

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Candle care and safety is the serious thing on this website. If you take care of your candle it will smell better, it will also last longer and will fill your house with good vibes.

 

If you take good care of it everything will be better and it will also be safe to burn. We’re all grown ups but let’s be clear, you are setting fire to something in your home and that requires a bit of common sense.

 

Make Candles Great Again

Trim the wick - if you don’t the flame will be massive, the candle will burn badly and will be unsafe. Why would you not do this? Go find those scissors. You wanna go to 5mm if you can (that’s quite small)Trimmed the wick? Bravo. This should prevent smoke and residue.Is your wick in the middle? Yeah weird huh, sometimes when you burn a candle the wick can shift over a bit. Keep an eye on this one.

Burn Time - first time? You want to make sure you have 2 hours to let the melt pool reach all the way round the candle. Super important on the first burn to prevent those holes you see in candles (we call this tunnelling).There are full safety instructions on the box and candle but some really obvious ones we want to call out.

Never leave candles unattended

Don’t leave them by an open window or a draft

Don’t burn a candle right next to another candle. The glass can get incredibly hot if you do this and this is when cracks happen.

Don’t burn candles right down to the bottom of the vessel.

Our large candles will last 40-50 hours and the travel candles 20-25 hours so don’t panic. That last bit left in the glass is ok to leave.

 

You can find out more here on candle safety.

 

https://www.fireservice.co.uk/safety/candles/

http://www.britishcandles.org/?safety

 

All our candles are made using sustainably sourced soy wax. Our packaging is recyclable and even (most) of the stickers we use are also biodegradable despite their shiny appearance.

This full size candle will provide good times for over 45 hours. Travel Candles will burn for 20-25 hours Check out our playlists designed for each candle that should last the distance and bring some good vibes.

 

Perfect for evenings, lounges, presents and generally making your home smell of good times.

We also offer gift wrapping and a gift note option if your sending to a loved one.

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