Glass Wax Warmer Coaster
Size: 99x99x3mm (approx)
Our glass coaster are new to our range of products. These are all made using vinyl with our trademarked heart and the initials from our logo #LIWL ®, we also have ‘Sprinkle glitter wherever you go’ and ‘Happy Melting’ and many more You can choose from any of the designs , or save money buying the bundle that has 3 different designs in.
We always recommend electric or tea light holders are placed on a heat proof mat and many of our customers are always asking for these. So, we thought we’d start off with one design to see how they go and then possibly add to them.
We still advise that you never melt for more than 4 hours at anyone time and if you damage your glass coaster over time i.e. small crack or chip, we highly advise you discard of it and purchase another. It’s easily done that we drop things so if you do please check for any damage.
These coasters have bevelled edges and are very high q?uality.
Why not join our ever growing group of melters on Facebook to see what they’re melting tonight! Little Melters Facebook group
CLP Compliance & warnings
Wax Melts instructions:
- Choose a wax melt and place it in the top of the burner, place an unscented tea light in the bottom.
- Light and within a few minutes your room will be filled with a gorgeous lasting fragrance!
- Sit back, relax and enjoy!
- Never leave a burner unattended
- Do not use for more than 4 hours at anyone time
- We recommend using tea lights that burn between 2-4 hours only
- Keep your burner away from drafts, curtains and children and pets
- Always use a heat proof mat to place your burner or candle on
To clean the wax melts from your burner:
- Simply discard the warm wax safely
- Then wash in warm soapy water
The history of wax melts:
Wax melts/tarts are basically scented wax (candles) without a wick and all you do is melt them in a glass or ceramic burner. The tarts get heated and fill the room (or whole house) with aroma. They were originally created because chandlers (the old English term for candlemakers) were searching for something to do with their left over wax after pouring candles. Due to their “pastry tart-like” shape, they became commonly referred to as “tarts”. However, nowadays they come in many different shapes and are also called – wax melts, scent chips, candle melts, candle tarts.