Shop our range of classic and electric wax and oil burners, the perfect pair with our luxury wax melts and elevating essential oils. Our burners are the best addition to your home, specially selected by us, we have all sorts of shapes, sizes, and styles to suit your home décor!
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Wax/Oil Burners FAQ's
How do I use my burner?Whether you're using a tealight burner or electric burner, take your chosen wax melt and pop 2 (depending on how strong you want the scent to be) into the dish on the top. Either plug the burner into a socket and wait for the bulb to heat up which will then melt the wax, or light a tealight and place it underneath the dish, watch as the wax begins to soften and you are left with a beautiful scent filling your room.
Can I use my burner for essential oils?
Yes! Absolutely. Simply take your favourite oil and pour 2-3 drops into the dish on the top of the burner, mix with a small amount of water if necessary and allow the warmth from the tealight or bulb to diffuse the lovely, calming fragrance into your room. Sounds heavenly, right?
How to clean your burner?
There are loads of quick and easy ways to clean your used burner! The best way, in my opinion, is to turn the burner upside and let the warm water gently loosen the hardened wax. Give it a wipe with a cloth or cotton pad and you're good to go again! We even have a blog dedicated to cleaning your burner, you can read by clicking here.
Does wax disappear in a wax burner?The wax will not evaporate in your burner, unlike a candle. The wax will build up over time and the scent will become less the more you use your wax melts. This is why it is important to clean your burner! (See above for help) Wax melts last 6-12 hours depending on how regularly you burn them.
How long does it take for the wax to melt in a wax burner?
This really depends on the type of burner you are using. When using a tealight burner it can take anywhere from 5-10 minutes, whereas with an electric burner it will take slightly longer, around the 20-minute mark. As tealight burners are generally hotter the wax will melt a lot faster, as the heat of a bulb is not as warm. See below for more info about tealight and electric burners and which is better...
Electric Wax Burner vs Tealight Wax Burner: What's the difference?There are pros and cons to both, just like everything in life! Your lifestyle and who've got in your home (pets and toddlers I'm looking at you) can have a say in what kind of burner you use. Electric burners tend to be just that little bit safer (pets, toddlers you guys again) and classic burners add more of a rustic vibe to your home. Both offer a lovely atmosphere and diffuses light and scent beautiful, which is what it's all about really.You can read an indepth debate about this on our blog, by clicking here