Wax melts are a great wax to fragrance your home, but how do you use them?

Wax melts are a great wax to fragrance your home, but how do you use them?

Wax melts have grown enormously in popularity in recent years. These small highly fragranced wax shapes provide a big hit of home fragrance, each lasting 6-8 hours, after which you can choose a whole new fragrance to enjoy!

To start with you'll need a melter that is compatible with wax melts, like the ones below. 

 

There are two types of melter, those that use a tealight and those that are electronic. The house melter uses a tealight and you can see how it works from the picture below. You place your wax melt on the dish and your tea light in the compartment underneath. We recommend you leave the lid off when you're using it. For the electric melter you place the wax melt in the dish and switch it on. 

 

After use, wait for the wax to cool and use a teaspoon to remove the wax; it should pop out in a single piece. 

There are many different fragrances, colours and designs to choose from. Our most popular are the Last Carol wax melts with notes of sweet orange, cloves, and cinnamon. Our own favourite is Moonlit Walk with notes of sage and white tea. 

Last Carol - sweet orange, cloves, and cinnamon

Moonlit Walk - notes of sage and white tea

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