How to clean wax warmer?

We recommend leaving the heater a little warm while cleaning. After saving any excess wax, use paper or cloth strips to remove the remains and clean the inside of the pot. For better results, use sterilizing sprays.

How to remove hard wax from wax warmer?

To remove any excess wax, we recommend using a spatula while the warmer and wax are still warm. If a lot of wax remains unused in the warmer, pour it while hot into a container for later use.

How to use a wax warmer?

Nacach devices are simple and easy to use. Simply insert the desired amount of wax in each warmer and set the desired temperature. For best results, heat for 25-35 minutes. We suggest testing the temperature on your wrist before waxing.

How long can you leave a wax warmer on?

Our warmers can keep your wax at optimal temperature for the duration of your waxing session. We strongly recommend unplugging the electric warmer after each session and when it is not being used.

What can I put in my wax warmer?

Our hot wax warmers have been designed for use with depilatory waxes only. We discourage anyone from using these for other purposes in order to prevent any accidents.

Can you put essential oils in a wax warmer?

Again, our wax warmers were made for body waxing purposes only. Using them for other purposes or activities can lead to undesired consequences.

Can you put essential oils in a wax warmer?

To remove any excess or burnt wax, we recommend using a tool like a disposable spatula while the device and wax are still warm. If this becomes a difficult task, we advise you to resort to cleaning supplies specifically made for warmers like Nacach’s Wax Warmer cleaner.

How to get burnt wax out of warmer

Believe it or not, you can't burn wax, but overheating it does create problems. When the wax is too hot it becomes runny and difficult to use. When runny wax becomes stuck in the warmer, simply wait for it to cool off and use the methods listed above to keep your warmer clean.