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Charcoal Irfaz | Quick-Lite (33mm Single Roll or Box) - Incense Holders - 33mm Single Roll (10 Tablets) - Frankincense Pure
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Charcoal Irfaz | Quick-Lite (33mm Single Roll or Box)

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Irfaz Quick-Lite 33mm are easy to use charcoal discs. If you're looking for a "smokeless and smooth" experience, try these premium charcoal discs from Malaysia. Each roll contains 10 discs and each box contains 8 rolls (80 discs). We love that each roll is individually sealed to maintain its efficacy. Charcoal discs are also known as a tablets, pucks or briquettes and are perfect for burning resin incense. 

 

Burn time:

33mm Quick-Lite: approx. 30 - 40 minutes

Storage, Safety & Disposal:

Storage:

Protect your charcoal from humidity. After opening your roll, reseal and place in an air tight container. Store in a cool dry place to ensure combustion efficiency. 

Safety:

The easy light charcoal lights instantly. Always use tongs to hold the charcoal before igniting. Do NOT handle the charcoal when in use, this will cause harm. 

To safely burn incense, either on charcoal or in a tealight incense burner, ensure it’s out of sight and reach of children and pets and that the area is well ventilated. Never leave your burner unattended and always ensure your burner is placed and remains on a heat proof surface when in use, away from all flammable items. Brass, stainless steel and similar type burners remain HOT when in use, never handle when in use.

Disposal:

Dispose of the ash responsibly otherwise it may cause fire.  Never dispose into a bin with paper or other combustible materials.