White ceramic electric wax melt burner in a cute owl design with cut outs in the feather design which create a warm glow.
Perfect for melting your wax and releasing the scent into your home. Simply plug in the burner and place your wax melt on top.
Powered with standard UK plug.
Not suitable for use with oils.
14 x 12cm
A beautifully stylish way to freshen any room.
All burners come with free samples and tealights.
Wax melt burner safety instructions:
Never leave a burning candle unattended
Remove all packaging and place a wax melt in the well of your wax burner
Use with an unscented tea light
Keep out of reach of children & pets and away from draughts
Do not move while lit
Things you might want to know about our Wax Melts:
We hand pour all of our melts using;
High quality, vegan friendly ingredients
Cruelty free fragrance oils
We also use RPET packaging, which is recycled and recyclable, so you can enjoy your favourite fragrances the eco-friendly way.
All of our products are CLP compliant - this ensures all products are safe and labelled with any allergens. All products have this information on the product and the website, but if you have any questions please contact us.
How to use your wax melts:
Simply place your wax melt on to a clean burner - we recommend one piece of a snapbar, or half a sample pot. Larger shapes or slabs need cutting in to pieces roughly 10g.
We recommend 4-hour tealights for glass or ceramic burners. For electric burners, our soy wax melts work best with 35-42w bulbs.
Then relax as your home is filled with stunning fragrance.
How to clean your wax melt burner:
When you're done, extinguish your tealight or unplug your burner. You can continue to enjoy the same melt until the fragrance fades.
Allow the wax to cool slightly before removing with cotton wool or kitchen towel. Make sure your burner is clean and cool before using a new melt.
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