That's Sauvage! wax melt
HOW TO USE OUR WAXMELTS
Simply snap off 1 piece of your bar, and pop into the top of your burner. Light your tealight and place in burner, away from any draughts , children or pets. Finally, sit back and relax. Your house will smell amazing in no time!
1 snap of a bar typically last between 2 to 3 burns of a 4 hour tealight..... that's around 12 hours of beautiful fragrance per snap piece.
WHY YOU'LL LOVE THEM
OUR WAX -
We use a unique soy wax blend, mixed in house, that has been created with scent longevity and strength in mind. This means that our wax melts will truly pack a punch and we don't think you'll be disappointed.
These play a big part in the overall wax melt and that's why we are always sure to source the best of the best to our knowledge. Strong great quality oils here only.
Our clamshells are made from recycled plastic bottles and are 100% recyclable themselves. This means they are NOT a one use plastic and can very much be used over and over. We wont be filling up those landfills.
HOW DO I CHANGE MY WAX MELT?
The easiest way to change scents over in your burner is to simply pop a lit tealight in your burner, wait around 30 - 40 seconds to heat the burner and slide out the hardened wax. Wipe clean with a paper towel and pop in your next melt!
Aternatively, while your scentless wax is hot and ready to be changed, pop in a cotton pad or 2 into the molten wax. The pads will soak up whats left and you can simply throw in bin.
NOTE - PLEASE WAIT FOR BURNER TO FULLY COOL DOWN BEFORE USING AGAIN.
WHAT BURNER DO I NEED?
Tea light burners are best for an optimal scent throw (how strong the scent is around the room) - Make sure your burner isn't too 'holey' as heat can escape quickly from the sides causing the melt to struggle at times.
You may also use an electric burner. Do not over fill an electric burner, one snap will do. This is because electric burners do not get as hot as tea light burners and so a little goes a long way.
DO WAX MELTS EVAPORATE?
No, unlike a candle, wax melts do not require a wick. The wick of a candle soaks up wax evaporating into the air. Wax melts simply get heated up dispersing scent into the air and will not evaporate.
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