1. Nose Blind - If you prefer to use the same fragrance to scent your home, your sense of smell will eventually develop natural anosmia. Your visitors will be able to enjoy the scent but you may not be smelling it. To combat this remove the wax and occasionally change to different scented wax melts.
2. Clean your warmer dish frequently. By cleaning your warmer you remove the film of wax that coats your dish which maximises the heating process. Remember to ensure that you have no water or cleaning residue in your dish.
3. Timing Your Wax Melts Burn Time - Set times to use your wax melts. An electric warmer can often take up to 30 minutes to fully warm up and soften your wax melts.
4. Turn Off When Cooking - Your wax melts will need to compete with your delicious foods. Once the cooking aroma has dispersed, turn your warmer back on.
5. Placement - Do not place your warmer near to a window. The fragrance that your wax melts release will simply float out of the window.
6. Storing Your Wax Melts - Store your wax melts in a dry, cool, dark place in a place that is well out the way of children and pets. Try to keep them in their original packaging. Do not store your wax melts in the fridge - even during summer.