Q. Do candle warmer lamps actually work?
A. Yes! The heating bulb thoroughly melts wax.

Q. Is it better to burn a candle or use a warmer?
A. The smoke from a burning candle creates toxic fumes and can leave soot on walls or furniture. Warming a candle melts the wax from the warmth of the bulb so there is no soot produced.

Q. What bulb is used for candle warmer?
A. The GU10 halogen light bulb with universal Gu10 twist & lock base fits in any of your favorite Candle Warmer Lamps created after 2008. These halogen light bulbs use a concentrated halogen beam to melt scented jar candles without overheating or under heating, gently release fragrance throughout your home, providing you a warm and gentle feeling.

Q. Do candle jar warmers work?
A. Candle warmers are a safer option for burning candles and/or wax because there is no open flame and many candle warmers come with an auto-off function, which reduces the risk of

Q. What are the disadvantages of candle warmer?
A. The downside of a candle warmer is that they do not use an open flame. Part of the appeal of a candle is the warmth and cozy feeling the flickering fire provides, and it's likely that you won't get this exact feeling from a candle warmer.

Q. Are candle warmers safe to leave on all day?
A. It's best not to leave a wax burner on for 8-12 hours at a time to preserve the scent. You should test out and see how warm your wax burner gets and how fast. If your wax melter heats up quickly, you may only need to plug it in for a little while to fragrance your entire room.

Q. Is it safe to sleep with a candle warmer on?
A. Leaving a wax melter on overnight can be risky and is generally not recommended due to potential fire hazards and safety concerns. Wax melters are designed to be used for short periods, typically 4-8 hours, to avoid overheating and prevent accidents.

Q. Are wax warmers healthier than candles?
A. Soot can irritate those who have asthma, COPD, and bronchitis. Even though some waxes produce less soot than others, it is unavoidable. Soot from candles will stain walls and furniture over time. Wax melts don't produce soot and are therefore the healthier option.

Q. What temperature is a candle warmer?
A. Those temperature ranges mean the wax warmer will get that hot to melt the wax. Your typical wax warmer has an average of 132.7 °F (55.94 °C) (these are numbers going as low as 100 °F (37.8 °C) and as high as 168 °F (75.5 °C) in the experiment we conducted below on 3 different wax warmers)

Q. Can you put a metal candle on a candle warmer?
A. A tin/metal candle should be fine, just be careful not to scratch into the warmer's surface. If the warmer does start to look scratched, avoid using it with anything that could conduct electricity and give you a nasty shock.

Q. Do candle warmers release toxins?
A. Candle warmers require no flame and gently warm the wax of a candle. Warming a candle does not emit any smoke, soot, or chemicals.

Q. Does wax evaporate in a candle warmer?
A. When the wax is heated in your wax melt burner (also see our wax gift sets), the fragrance oil slowly evaporates from the wax, making your home smell beautiful. Although the fragrance does evaporate from the wax, the wax itself does not evaporate unlike the wax in candles.

Q. How long can a candle stay on a candle warmer?
A. How long can I leave my wax warmer on? Just like with a flame burning candle, you should only leave your candle warmer on for a few hours at a time. After about 3-4 hours, turn the candle warmer off and allow your candle to fully cool before warming it again.

Q. Where do you put a wax warmer?
A. Your wax warmer should be placed on a non-flammable surface that is away from any flammable materials as well. If you have children or pets in your household, it's best to place your wax warmer out of their reach

Q. What is the healthiest candle wax to burn?
A. Taking into consideration sustainability, health, and burn quality, it's clear that soy and coconut waxes emerge as the top contenders for the healthiest candle waxes to burn. While beeswax offers a clean burn, concerns about its impact on bee populations make it a less sustainable option.

Q. How much electricity does a wax warmer use?
A. In the case of candle warmers, the average wattage for them is 25 watts. If using it for 8 hours a day, every day, it is said to use about 73 kWh of electric energy and cost around $9.00 a year to operate. What are natural wax candles?

Q. What wattage is best for wax warmer?
A. Around 35w. Usually the optimum wattage is around 35w, but the size of the warmer has a massive impact of the wattage. The type of wax you use also has an impact.

Q. How many times can you use a wax warmer?
A. You are welcome to reuse the wax as many times as you want until the fragrance dissipates. If the scent has faded and you want to make the most of your wax, you can reuse the wax in a plethora of environmentally friendly ways! Happy Wax soy wax melts are even biodegradable.

Q. Can you use an LED light in a wax warmer?
A: Wax warmers typically need the heat from the lightbulb to melt the wax. Most LED bulbs don't produce enough heat the melt the wax.

Q. How long do candle warmers last?
A. How long can I leave my wax warmer on? Just like with a flame burning candle, you should only leave your candle warmer on for a few hours at a time. After about 3-4 hours, turn the candle warmer off and allow your candle to fully cool before warming it again.

Q. Can you put coffee in a wax warmer?
A. I tried using scentless organic soy wax and adding a few drops of Lavender essential oil in my wax warmer! I mixed tit when wax was melting. It worked and the scent was intense!