Clam shell Soy Melts
Scent: Choose from list below
Size: One pack of 6 cube melts; the pack weighs between 2.7 to 3 ounces.
To use: Pop 1 cube out of the clam shell container and place into a electric- or tea light-powered wax warmer.
Our wax melts are made by hand in small batches, adding the maximum amount of fragrance oil that the wax will allow. Our products feature clean, renewable soy wax made from soybeans and the highest-quality pure essential and fragrance oils or left unscented for you to add your own special fragrance at home.
- Eco-friendly SOY wax (made from soybeans)
- Superior Pure Essential and Fragrance oils
Within the past few years wax tarts have become an increasingly popular scented item, some prefer them over candles now for various reasons.
What are Wax Tarts
Wax tarts are basically scented wax (candles) without a wick and all you do is melt them in a potpourri or tart burner. The tarts get heated and fill the room (or whole house) with aroma. They come in many different shapes and are also called - wax melts, scent chips, candle melts, candle tarts, or wax potpourri melts.
Wax Tarts heat up quickly, thereby emitting aroma faster than candles.
Wax Tarts do not have an open flame and do not produce any smoke if burned properly (see burning tips below).
You can control the strength of the aroma in your home depending upon how many melts you place in your burner at one time.
Wax Tarts provide an easy way to have a variety of scents in different rooms of your home. (Ex: Creme Brulee in the Kitchen, Ylang Ylang in the Bedroom and Ocean Breeze in the Bathroom.)
Some believe they have a stronger, longer lasting aroma than candles.
Cinnamon and Orange
Banana Nut Bread
Green Tea and Lemongrass
Frankincense and Myrrh
Eucalyptus and lemongrass
Cedarwood and Pine
Geranium and Cedarwood
Peppermint and Rosemary
Cafe Latte (Chocolate and coffee)
Cool Water for men
Peaches & Cream
Lilac & Lilies
Red Current &Thyme
Sun & Sand
Wax Tart Burning Tips
Place your Wax Tarts in a well ventilated, tart approved potpourri or tart burner and never add water. These come in a variety of styles - Some use tea lights or low wattage bulbs and some are electric.
Never use an oil warmer, heat on a stove or use any other non-certified tart appliance; they get too hot!
Do not allow the flame to touch the underside of the melt bowl (part where the wax tart sits). There should be at least a two inch clearance or it could catch on fire. Some tea light tart burners are not made properly and do not allow enough distance between the flame and the melting bowl. Just because it's called a tart burner doesn't mean it's a SAFE tart burner and there are many unsafe ones on the market. So please remember to check the clearance before purchasing one.
Do not heat if the melting bowl contains less than 1/2" of wax.
If using an electric potpourri pot, always use one that is UL listed for safety assurance.