Mandarava Product Notices and Safety Tips

Products sold by Mandarava are intended for use by responsible adults only. Our products are not toys and are not intended for use by persons under the age of 18, or by those persons who, for whatever reason, cannot or will not exercise reasonable judgment and caution in their use. The following instructions and notices are intended as guidelines to safe use of the products we do or may sell.

Consumer Product NOTICES:
Mandarava products are not intended for children or persons incapable of handling items in a safe manner. 
Consumer Lead Advisory

  • LEAD WARNING: Although all pendants manufactured by Mandarava are lead-free, Swarovski  leaded crystal beads and components, Preciosa lead crystal beads and components, Superior Czech lead crystal beads and components contain small amounts of lead. In addition, leaded crystal beads and components from other manufacturers, and certain other components from other suppliers, as well as some statuary items from our statuary suppliers may also contain LEAD.  Do not allow children to place Mandarava jewelry items or other Mandarava products in or near their mouths. Handle all crystal jewelry with care and inspect for chips or breakage before each wearing. Broken crystals may cause cuts, scratches or other injury.  Small jewelry items and loose crystals that are small enough to be swallowed may represent a choking hazard to children and pets.   Do not allow children or pets to play with jewelry items.  Wash hands after handling any items containing lead.  Some statuary items supplied to Mandarava for sale by YTC Summit may contain lead paint.    By law, YTC Summit is responsible for clearly marking any of these items that contain lead paint with a consumer warning.  Please read all packaging carefully to see if your YTC Summit statuary item(s) contain this warning.  [Note: YTC Summit supplies incense burners, boxes, frames, furniture, house wares, candles holders, etc.  Most of these items do NOT contain lead paint, but please check the packaging of your item for any notices or warnings.]

    California Proposition 65 WARNING: Consuming foods or beverages that have been kept or served in leaded crystal products or handling products made of leaded crystal will expose you to lead, a chemical known to the State of California to cause birth defects or reproductive harm. 
     

    • Choking Hazards: Polished, tumbled stones, cone incense, charms, pendants and other small objects represent a choking hazard to children and pets.  Do not allow children or pets access to these items.
       
    • Fire/Burn Hazards: Burning incense represents a burn and/or fire hazard and should be used responsibly.  Never leave burning incense unattended.  Never burn incense near flammable objects, draperies or in an unsafe container.  Never burn incense in an area accessible to pets or children.  Persons with asthma and/or lung or breathing disorders should consult their doctor before using incense.  Always use incense in a well-ventilated area.  Always place incense burner on a heat-resistant surface (avoid plastic or vinyl surfaces).
       

    Always use caution when handling (1) products that ignite, such as incense or candles (possible burn and/or fire hazard), (2) products that may become heated during use such as incense burners, censers, candle holders and oil diffusers (burn, fire and/or heat damage hazard), (3) small products such as tumbled stones, incense cones and incense tiles (possible choking hazard to children and/or pets), and (4) fragrance or bath products (possible skin irritant; possible eye irritant; possibly toxic if swallowed). The products we sell are not to be chewed, eaten or imbibed (drunk) under any circumstances.

    Incense Products

    • Incense - General Safety Tips and Notices - When lit, incense is very, very hot, and could cause severe burn or fire if improperly handled. Never leave burning incense of any kind unattended. Never burn incense in the presence of flammable fumes or in the presence of materials that create flammable fumes such as gasoline, acetone, varnish, etc. Never place burning incense where it may be accessible to children or pets or moving objects or draperies. (Remember that cats can climb and that wagging tails or blowing draperies can knock over incense burners.) ALWAYS place your incense securely in an appropriate holder designed specifically for the type of incense you are burning and place the burner on a surface that is flame-resistant and heat-resistant. Do not place burners on plastic surfaces, painted surfaces or surfaces that have been varnished, or where they may be knocked over. Damage or fire may occur if burners are placed on such surfaces. Some burners can become very hot during use and could melt surfaces such as television, stereo or computer casings or cabinets; do not place burners on such surfaces. Do not allow embers or sparks from incense to come into contact with flammable materials such as hair, skin, fur, draperies, sofas or carpeting. Do not fall asleep while burning incense. Be aware that incense creates smoke and may trigger smoke alarms. Always use incense in a well-ventilated area away from draperies. Incense is not edible and incense sticks and/or cones may represent a choking hazard; keep all types of incense away from children and pets. Inhalation notice: Persons with allergies and/or breathing or lung disorders, conditions, difficulties or illnesses should consult their doctor before using any incense or fragrance product.
    • Stick Incense - Always be sure to place stick incense in a safe incense burner designed specifically for use with stick incense, and away from children, pets and draperies. Keep away from flammable materials. If the stick appears weak or will not stand up straight, do not use. If incense burner or censer tips easily or appears cracked, unsafe, or does not support the incense properly, do not use it. Observe all safety instructions given in "Incense - General Safety Instructions and Notices" above.
      • To light stick incense: When lighting stick incense, be sure to hold the incense away from your face and hair—many types of stick incense will ignite with a tall flame. Be sure that you are holding the incense over a flame-proof surface, such as a porcelain sink. Hold the incense by the bare end and light the coated end (hold away from face and hair). After igniting, gently blow out the flame. Be sure that no embers fall off the incense onto flammable surfaces or into contact with flammable materials. Be aware that stick incense creates ash which may blow onto surfaces outside the burner.
      • To extinguish stick incense: Stick incense may be extinguished by placing the burning end under running water, or into clean sand. Be sure that no burning embers fall from the stick onto flammable surfaces or materials while transporting the incense burner or incense to water or sand.

     

    • Cone Incense – When lit, cone incense should be considered the equivalent of a burning charcoal—it can reach high temperatures and needs to be used with caution. Do NOT attempt to touch cone incense after it has been lit. Because of its high temperature, extreme caution should be exercised with the use and placement of cone incense within the burner and with the placement of the burner itself. Because some cone incense burners may become very hot, always place such burners containing lit incense on flame-resistant and heat-resistant surfaces. DO NOT place burners on top of a television, stereo, computer or other area that has a plastic surface, since such surfaces may melt due to heat. Avoid plastic surfaces, painted surfaces and varnished surfaces. If the burner appears to be cracked, tips easily or cannot hold the incense safely, do not use it. Observe all safety instructions given in "Incense - General Safety Instructions and Notices" above.

     

      • To ignite cone incense: Place the incense in an appropriate cone incense burner, on a flame-resistant and heat-resistant surface, and light it. To not attempt to light cone incense while holding it in your hand. Keep your face and hair away from the incense when lighting. Allow the flame to burn for a few seconds, then gently blow out the flame. Do not allow falling embers to come in contact with flammable surfaces or materials
      • To extinguish cone incense: Under normal circumstances, incense should be allowed to "burn itself out." However, if cone incense must be extinguished, please exercise extreme caution to avoid burn or fire. If the incense burner is large and deep enough, carefully cover the cone incense with clean sand to suffocate the flames without tipping over the burner. Some incense burners or censers come with air-tight covers that can be used to suffocate the flame. Pouring water into the burner is not recommended since that may cause the burner to tip over or crack and/or may cause a burn or fire. The contents of the incense burner may be dumped into a large flame-resistant container of water or sand to extinguish the incense. Exercise caution-- if the burner is hot it should not be handled with bare hands.
    • Small Object Safety – some products sold by Mandarava may contain small objects that may represent a choking hazard to children or pets. Products such as tumbled stones, cabochons, faceted stones, crystals, incense cones, incense tiles, metal charms, fragrance bottles, water bottles, chains, pendants etc. should be kept away from children and pets. Meditation and attraction kits may contain any of the following small items: small stones, small bottles, incense cones, incense tiles, metal charms or other small parts that may be harmful if swallowed, and glass bottles that may be harmful if broken. Such kits include Money Attraction Kit, Love Attraction Kit, all Goddess Mediation Kits, Chakra Balancing Kit, Spiritual Kits and other similar kits. The kits are not suitable for use by children. Do not allow children or pets to play with these items.
    • Glass Safety – some products sold by Mandarava contain small glass bottles which may represent an injury hazard if broken.  Some items sold by Mandarava contain glass components such as crystals, beads or rhinestones. Do not allow children or pets to play with these items. If glass is broken or cracked or chipped, immediately dispose of it with care.
    • Fragrance Safety – Mandarava does NOT sell any fragrance products at this time that are appropriate for use on the skin.  Fragrances are to be used externally only—do not drink or rub on internal body surfaces. Avoid contact with eyes. Some fragrances may affect painted, varnished or plastic surfaces--avoid contact with these surfaces. Do now allow children or pets to play with these items. Persons with allergies and/or breathing or lung disorders, conditions, difficulties or illnesses should consult their doctor before using any incense or fragrance product.
    • Aromatherapy oils and oil diffuser oils are NOT intended to be used on skin, but should be used in potpourri or in safe, appropriate, oil diffuser burners placed on heat-resistant and flame-resistant surfaces. If used for dressing candles, a few drops of aromatherapy oil should be placed near the wick of the candle BEFORE lighting the candle. Never dress a candle with oils containing flammable substances such as alcohol, as this could cause the wax to ignite.
    • Candles - General Safety Tips and Notices - When lit, a candle wick and wax are hot, and could cause severe burn or fire if improperly handled. Do not place candle holders on plastic surfaces, painted surfaces or surfaces that have been varnished, or where they may be easily knocked over. Some candle holders can become very hot during use and could melt surfaces such as television, stereo or computer casings or cabinets; do not place candle holders on such surfaces. Do not allow embers or sparks from candles to come into contact with flammable materials such as hair, skin, fur, draperies, sofas or carpeting. Do not fall asleep while burning a candle. Be aware that a candle can create smoke and may trigger smoke alarms. Always use candle in a well-ventilated area away from draperies. Keep the wick trimmed to 1/4 inch.
      • Flame and fire hazard - Never leave a burning candle of any kind unattended. Never burn a candle in the presence of flammable fumes or in the presence of materials that create flammable fumes such as gasoline, acetone, varnish, etc. Never place a burning candle where it may be accessible to children or pets or moving objects or draperies. (Remember that cats can climb and that wagging tails or blowing draperies can knock over a burning candle.) ALWAYS place your candle securely in an appropriate holder designed specifically for the type of candle you are burning and place the burner on a surface that is flame-resistant and heat-resistant
      • Hot wax burn hazard– Melting and melted wax can cause severe burns. Do not touch melting wax. Melting or melted wax can cause damage to furniture, carpets and other surfaces. Be sure that your candle holder completely contains the candle and its melted wax. Never dress a candle with oils countering flammable substances such as alcohol, as this could cause the wax to ignite.
      • Candle wax is not edible and may represent a choking hazard; keep all types of candles away from children and pets.
      • Inhalation notice: Persons with allergies and/or breathing or lung disorders, conditions, difficulties or illnesses should consult their doctor before using any candle or fragrance product.
     

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