We use the Best Scents. Wax Potpourri scents last for Weeks ~
Create Your Own "Recipe". Perfect for home or office.
If you've never used wax potpourri before,here's how it works:
for a gentle fragrance, set them out in a basket or dish (make sure nobody thinks it is candy) or fill an organza-type gift bag - great for freshening up your closets and dresser drawers.
The other way to use wax potpourri is to melt it. This releases more fragrance for larger areas.
First, you'll need a wax potpourri burner, as seen above.
Not all wax burners are the same.
They're are 2 types of burners - one is heated by a tea light, and the other is heated electrically - like a baby crockpot.
Our wax potpourri will work for either.
We prefer the candlelit burners for a gentle warming
and fragrance release.
Here are a few tips when choosing a tealight style warmer:
be sure that the candle flame is about 3 inches under the cup or dish where the potpourri is melted so that the flame will just melt the potpourri - not too close so it gets too hot.
The burners we use require tea lights as the heat source. The tea lights heat the upper plate, and melt the fragranced wax, which sends the fragrant aromas into the air.
Using wax potpourri is just a matter of melting and remelting wax pieces. This process is not the same as simmering scented dried foliage in water. DO NOT ADD WATER to wax potpourri.
Our wax potpourri is made with the best wax to ensure a longer burn time, as well as a long lasting fragrance. When deciding on a fragrance, get creative and mix them up for a fragrance that suits your senses.Start with a few of our 4 ounce bags to sample different scents.
we suggest starting with no more than 4 to 5 pieces of potpourri at a time in the melter. Set the potpourri pieces on the top plate, and they'll start melting into liquid fragranced wax that fill your home or office with a fresh candle scent.
After several weeks of re-melting, you notice that the fragrance is less potent, simply remove the cold wax from the plate, and add some fresh potpourri.