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Swapping out scents, trying different fragrance combinations. Wax is a way of life for Scentsy fans, and so is wax clean-up.
It can be tricky to rid a warmer of old wax to make room for a new, fresh bar. We’ve discovered some handy hacks over the years for easy wax clean-up, so you can focus on the important part: having fun with fragrance!
Try one or more of these tricks the next time you swap scents:
Also, did you know that storing your wax properly is a must? Simply store your Scentsy Bars in a cool, dry place like a closet — never in direct sunlight! — so they’ll be protected from the elements. Our Scent Storage Box is perfect for keeping up to 45 Scentsy Bars organized and in one place!
And to make the most of your fragrance experience, be sure you’re warming the optimal amount of wax cubes for your warmer’s size and wattage. Luckily, we’ve made that easy! Each warmer released in the Fall/Winter 2017 season and beyond has the suggested number of wax cubes listed under the warmer dish. For any warmers that debuted before that season, simply ask your Consultant and they can guide you. If you don’t have a Consultant, find one here.
Do you have any cool (or warm!) wax hacks to share? Let us know in the comments!
Hey … you seem to have missed the basic “pour your wax that’s not quite finished being fragrant back into the its original container to be used again later”.
Soak up the warm wax with a paper napkin and tuck the paper into a small paper bathroom cup…makes great firestarter for the fireplace!
In the past (it wasn’t a Scentsy warmer, btw) I would put my wax dish in the freezer, after the wax and dish were cooled. I would put my wax dish in the freezer for about 5-10 minutes. The wax will harden, and pop right out of the dish! No mess! I have recently been using the cotton ball method!
Instead of a knife use the plastic clamshell cintainers top edge to pop the hardened wax out of the dish. I also use cotton balls to soak up used wax and stuff inside a use toilet paper roll to use as Firestarter when we go camping.
My favorite way to remove the wax from all of my warmers is to let the wax harden and use my Tupperware plastic citrus peeler to pop out the entire piece of wax. It comes out of the dish all in one piece and leaves the dish clean and the plastic doesn’t scratch my dish either. I call it my ‘wax getter-outter”!
I like to use wooden chopsticks to remove mine in one solid mass. Safer and less destructive than using a knife.
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