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Have you been planning on purchasing a new wax warmer? You might be interested in learning more about what they are and how they work. Why and where did such devices originate?
This guide will help you understand what wax warmers are and everything you need to know.
What Do Wax Warmers Do?
A wax warmer is an alternative to scented candles. It’s full of fragrant wax melts, which is quite similar in material structure and scent to a traditional candle but doesn’t have a wick and flame. Depending on the model, they can be fewer flammables than your standard candle, making them an appealing option for candle-lovers who wish to prevent the risks of fire in the home but still like the ambiance, fragrance, and warmth of scented wax.
Where Do Wax Warmers Originate?
The history of wax warmers is somewhat simple. Candlemakers were left with tiny, excess wax pieces left over after pouring candles. Since they didn’t want to waste such resources, they made them into wax melts, and thus wax warmers were created.
How Does the Wax Warmer Work?
Remember that wax melts are full of wax melts, releasing their scent when they begin to melt. These warmers use light bulbs or electricity, while a few may utilize a tealight candle, which should be blown out after the melting process is completed to guarantee fire safety.
The only difference in operation is based on the kind of wax warmer. If you buy a warmer, make sure you know what heat source it needs to operate correctly. If you like to prevent flames, try not to buy a warmer that needs a tealight candle to melt its wax.
Why use a wax warmer instead of a candle?
Fragrant wax can be safely warmed in an electric warmer, which also serves as a decorative piece. Wax warmers can be divided into two categories, those that use a heating plate to melt the wax and those that use light bulbs. No health risks are associated with either warming method. On the other hand, there are some scented candles on the market that contain dangerous chemicals. Substances like formaldehyde, phthalates, and lead could be present. As the wick of a scented candle burns, it releases those chemicals into the air and deposits the sooty black residue on your walls.
With a wax warmer, no chemicals are released into the air because a wax warmer only melts the oil from the wax, which stays in the warmer. Toxic-free wax and scented oil combine to form the bars. The fragrance itself is what makes the candle enjoyable, not the wax. The scented oil in the wax bar is released into the air as the candle melts.
It's possible to reuse wax warmers and unlike scented candles, you may use a wide variety of fragrances in them. If the scent is still present, you can reuse the wax by returning it to the wax bar container. In the meantime, it will harden and wait for you to use it again. The intensity of the aroma in a room can be adjusted with the help of a wax warmer. It's up to you to determine how strongly scented your home's air will be. Wax bars, used in wax warmers, are also much more reasonably priced than full jars of high-quality candles. Finally, wax bars typically come in plastic containers, rather than glass jars, which makes wax warmers better for the environment because they are easier to recycle.
Benefits of Wax Warmers
Have you been thinking about adding wax warmers to your home? Below are the top benefits of these amazing devices:
⦁ Versatile and fun
The selection of available scented wax melts is staggering. Whether you’re craving the inspiring and fresh fragrance of citrus or the cozy holiday scent of apples and cinnamon, you can pick from a massive array of scents to personalize your home environment.
⦁ Low-maintenance and safe
Many wax warmers are electric and utilize a low-watt light bulb to warm the wax and disperse the fragrance. That makes them a safer choice than devices that need an open flame or scented candles.
⦁ Long-lasting fragrance
Compared to spray air fresheners that come on so strong but wither fast, a burner with quality perfumed wax will make a fragrance that lasts all day long. When the fall season comes around, and you like to fill the air with the aroma of lavender, all you must do is pop a wax melt into your warmer, and you’ll feel so relaxed all day long.
How Long Do Wax Melts Last?
The use time of a wax melt differs based on its structure and size and the warmer in use. Others may last a few days for a short period every day, while others could last up to ten hours.
A few warmers and their melts enable you to transfer the melted wax back into the warmer and melt them again. Nonetheless, they might not be as visually appealing or structurally sound the second time.
The fragrance may also be less powerful or untraceable during a second go-around.