Wax Melt Care

Wax Melt Care

Discover the art of wax melt care with our expert tips, ensuring a long-lasting fragrance experience for your home

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    Wax Warmer

    Please ensure that you use our wax melts in tea-light warmers or electric warmers that have been approved for this purpose. Always adhere to the guidelines and recommendations provided by the manufacturer to guarantee a risk-free experience with your wax melts. DO NOT use a stovetop!

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    Always use your wax warmer on a flat surface for safety and better melting. This helps prevent spills and keeps things running smoothly.

    Keep the wax warmer away from hanging edges and avoid placing it near water.

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    Store your wax melts in a cool, dry place, away from direct sunlight and extreme temperatures. This will preserve their quality, colour and scent

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    Cleaning Your Wax Warmer

    Freezing Method:

    Place the wax warmer in the freezer for a few hours. The cold temperature will cause the wax to contract and become brittle, making it easier to break or pop out of the warmer. Once frozen, use a dull knife or spoon to gently pry the wax out.

    Heating and Pouring:

    Turn on the wax warmer for a short period, just enough to melt the surface of the wax. Carefully pour out the melted wax into a disposable container. Be cautious not to burn yourself, and use oven mitts or a towel for protection. Once the melted wax is removed, wipe the warmer with a paper towel or cloth.

    Cotton Ball Method:

    After the wax has melted and is still in liquid form, drop a few cotton balls into the wax.  Once the cotton has absorbed the wax, use tongs or a spoon to remove them from the warmer. Wipe off any residue with a paper towel.

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    Always place your wax warmer in locations that are out of reach of children and pets. Consider elevated surfaces, shelves, or holders that cannot be easily accessed.

    Keep tealight wax warmers away from flammable materials, such as curtains, bedding, or other combustible items.

    Before leaving a room or going to bed, make sure to extinguish all tealights.