Candle Makers Insurance

Public and Product Liability Insurance for Candle Makers

Annual Cover Starting
from $308

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As a wax pouring guru, we know you’ve spent hours on end getting your products just right. From testing various wax blends to trialling different wick brands and sizes. Then checking the burn time seems to take forever. Once you get that perfect combination right, you feel like you’ve struck gold. Just like selecting the right wax and ingredient ratios, it’s important you select the correct insurance and Broker for your business

Why AUZi's Candle Makers Insurance?

Included Activities

Your Choices

Do you need Insurance to sell candles?

Yes. As a Candle Maker, your business activities and the products you sell are exposed to many risks. Whether you’re creating the product itself and selling them online, at the markets, in a local shop, or to your customers lighting them up in their homes – the risks that you’re exposed to could result in a claim that would jeopardise your business and your livelihood

Supported Products

1: As long as being sourced from local suppliers and are not being imported. Electrical Diffusers sales must be less than 10% of turnover.

What's does our Candle Makers Policy Cover?

Public Liability Insurance

Public Liability Insurance for Market Stalls Depicting a Customer Falling down shop stairs and injuring themselves. This is a Public Liability Insurance Risk

Public Liability Insurance is designed to protect you and your business against Personal Injury or Property Damage arising from your business activities.

Products Liability Insurance

Product Liability Insurance depicting a store bought Candle being left burning unattended and causing a house fire. A type of Risk for Product Liability Insurance

Products Liability Insurance is designed to protect you against Personal injury & Property damage arising from the products you have sold.

Your Dedicated Contacts

AUZi Insurance Principle Broker Nicole Eldridge
Nicole
AUZi Insurance Assistant Broker Tracy O'Brien
Tracy

Chat live with our Specialist Brokers, Nicole & Tracy by hitting the live chat bar below. Only available during Office hours.

Alternatively, give us a call on 1300 939 698, or email us at mail@auzi.com

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Got a Question?

Here's some of our Frequently Asked Questions for Market Stall Holders;

We can definitely look at covering your teaching and workshop activities. Though this fits under a different policy. For soap and candle making workshops, you can get a quote here. Or, to get confirmation, email us at mail@auzi.com

Yes, dried flowers and crystals can be used in candles. However, the wick must be the only combustible item in the candle at all times. If the flowers and/or crystals become combustible then this is not an accepted risk to the Insurer. You can read more on this here

The candle connoisseurs at Lemon Canary sum up the answer perfectly in this blog post. Have a read if you would like some guidance to ensure your beautiful candles comply

Refills of candles can be covered. However, the refills must be the products that you sold originally. Moreover, you must ensure a visual check and quality control is done on the container prior to refilling it.

Yes, you can increase your Limit of Liability by logging in to your MyAUZi account and selecting the UPGRADE COVER option. You simply then need to follow the on-screen prompts

Unfortunately, no. However, we also have a soap and candle makers policy that can cover soaps, candles and vast range of bath and body products. 

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Implications of Cancelling your Product Liability Insurance

Products Liability is an occurrence-based wording. This means, the insurance needs to be in place at the time the incident occurred for there to be a valid claim.

If you cancel your insurance today and an incident is notified and/or occurs tomorrow for a product or service you provided last week, you will not be covered. Read more on this here.