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Hawaii Company Recalls 29,000 Candles

Jun 6, 2002 | AP

A Honolulu company is recalling about 29,000 candles because the wicks can re-ignite after they are extinguished, posing a fire hazard.

Island Soap & Candle Works of Honolulu has received one report of a candle starting a fire that caused property and smoke damage, the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (news - web sites) said Thursday. No one was injured.

The recalled candles have a single wick surrounded by wax in a brown coconut shell. They were sold in about 20 different scents and ranged in sizes from "Mini" to "Large."

The coconut shell has a label on the bottom that reads "Island Soap & Candle Works ... Hand made in Hawaii ... Do not leave a burning candle unattended."

Some of the candles have moon and star cutouts around the upper rim of the coconut shell.

Island Soap & Candle Works exclusively sold these candles in Oahu, Maui, and Kauai, Hawaii and Monterey, Calif., from April 2000 through April 8, 2002 for between $8 and $15.

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