How to extinguish incense stick
If you are an incense fan like us, but you don't know how to extinguish your incense stick or cone the right way, here is a tutorial that will help you!
How to put out an incense stick
To put out an incense stick, you will need to use a snuffer. A snuffer is a small, metal tool that is used to extinguish candles and incense sticks.
To use a snuffer, hold the tool close to the top of the incense stick. Make sure that the end of the snuffer is touching the wick of the incense stick. Slowly lower the snuffer down the length of the incense stick until the wick is extinguished.
If using an incense burner with a cover, place the lid over the burning end of the incense stick and wait for it to go out. You can also gently blow on the end of the stick to help speed up the process.
You can also blow out an incense stick. To do this, hold the incense stick at its base and blow on the lit end of the stick until the flame is extinguished.
Once the incense stick is extinguished, you can remove it from the fire-proof container and dispose of it appropriately.
How to put out incenses cones
If you're using incense cones, you'll need to put out the fire when you're done. Here's how to do it:
1. Place the cone on a heat-resistant surface.
2. Use a candle snuffer or tongs to carefully extinguish the flame.
3. Gently blow on the embers to make sure they're extinguished.
4. If necessary, use a damp cloth to smother any remaining smoke.
5. Dispose of the used cone safely.
With proper care, your incense cones should last for several uses. Enjoy the lovely scent!
How to put out charcoal incense
If you're using charcoal incense, it's important to know how to put it out properly. Otherwise, you could end up with a smoldering piece of charcoal that emits smoke for hours on end. Here's how to put out charcoal incense safely:
1. Use a fire-proof bowl or dish.
2. Place the burning charcoal in the bowl or dish.
3. Pour water over the charcoal until it is fully extinguished.
4. Let the water cool before disposing of it in the sink or toilet.
5. Never leave burning charcoal unattended!
How to put out resin incense
When it comes to putting out resin incense, there are a few things you need to keep in mind. First of all, make sure that you have a heat-resistant surface on which to place your incense burner. You don't want to accidentally set fire to anything! Secondly, you'll need a metal skewer or other sharp object to poke holes in the resin incense so that the smoke can escape. Finally, be patient - it can take a while for the resin to fully burn and release its fragrance.
How to put out incense to reuse
If you have a stick of incense that isn't completely burned up, you can extinguish it and reuse it later. To do this, first blow on the end of the stick to put out the flame. Then, wait a few seconds for the red-hot coal at the end to cool down. Once it's cooled, you can put it back in the incense holder and relight it when you're ready to use it again.
If you want to dispose of an incense stick, you can either bury it in the ground or put it in a fire-proof container.
Now you know everything you need to properly put out incense! We hope this article was helpful.