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Do you love the fragrance of candles but fear using them because they can be a fire hazard? Or perhaps you would like to use candles but you reside in an area such as a school dormitory which prohibits them.

Have you ever wondered whether there was anything that could give you the scent of your favorite candles without the flame?

Well, the good news is that there is another option, the candle warmer, the alternative to lighting a candle. Enjoy the scent of candles using candle warmers and take pleasure once more in the wonderful aromas of your favorite candles. No flames necessary, just plug-in the warmer, place your jarred candle on top of it and turn it on. Unlike burning, warming a candle will not cause the wax to burn off.

A candle warmer is an electric appliance that warms and melts scented jar candles releasing the candle's fragrance without the dangers of an open flame. Just place a jar candle on the candle warmer and it will melt releasing the fragrance into your room.

After each use, pour the melted wax from your candle into an empty metal or glass container and discard. The remaining candle will continue to release its fragrance. Over time as the candle is repeatedly heated the fragrance will eventually evaporate and the candle will produce a weaker scent. When this occurs it is time to replace the candle.

The recommended candles to use on a warmer are 4 to 18 ounce scented jar candles. Most candles are completely safe to use, however, you should not use soy based candles with your warmer. In addition, the manufacturers of candle warmers cannot guarantee that every candle company uses high quality glass jars or uses glass jars that are free from hidden defects. To ensure that your candle is safe to use with a candle warmer, contact the candle manufacturer prior to using.

Candle warmers make it possible to fill your work or living areas with the scents of your favorite candles again, without the worry of igniting a fire. So go ahead and enjoy the scent of candles using candle warmers.


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