Using Wax Melts

Store wax melts in a cool dark place.

Add one piece of the wax at a time until the required melted wax fill is reached.  As the bowl heats the wax will warm and melt, releasing wonderful fragrance to your home.  The intensity of fragrance will depend on your room size, temperature of the room and amount of wax used.  

When the tealight has been extinguished or burner turned off, the wax will reharden ready for next use.  Unlike candles, wax melts do not evaporate.  You can continue to use the wax multiple times, until all the fragrance has gone.

Each snap bar should last 50 - 80 hours depending upon the fragrance notes.

The tea light should only burn for a maximum of 4 hours (3 hours is best practice).  We do not advice the use of 8 hour long burn tea light candles to be used for a wax burner.

When finished allow the wax to cool and harden, then apply pressure on one end of the wax until it pops out.  It may be necessary to melt the hardened wax for 30 seconds before trying to release the wax as this will soften the underside and make removal easier.  

Do not use a metal or sharp object to clean out wax as this may crack or damage the burner or cause injury.

Keep away from pets and children.