You probably use scented candles. You’re probably familiar with wax melts. But have you given wax melts crumbles a try? Do you know what they are exactly?
Well, you’ll find out everything shortly, so keep reading!
What are Wax Melt Crumbles Exactly?
Wax melt crumbles or wax crumbles (some even call it crumble wax) are basically crumbles of hardened scented wax. It’s pretty similar to wax melts, or by extension, a candle, except the texture is different.
Similar to solid wax melts, these also come in a variety of textures and colours that look appealing. However, these come in containers.
These basically start off as solid wax chunks only, which are then shredded to create small crumbs.
How to Use Wax Crumbles?
Well, using wax crumbles isn’t that different from using wax melts. You need the same stuff: a wax burner and some fragrance-free tea lights. You can place the wax crumbles on the top dish where the wax goes, and light the tea light under it and voila, the wax crumbles will start to melt and produce beautiful scents.
The amount of wax crumbles you use depends on the wax melter and your own needs. A spoonful should be fine for one-time use.
Advantages of Using Wax Melt Crumbles
There’s no significant difference between using wax melts or wax melt crumbles, really. However, in some ways, wax melt crumbles may be a better option for you.
Maybe you have an unannounced guest over, or perhaps you forgot that it’s your anniversary. You need to create a beautiful ambience quickly and want the space to smell amazing. Well, that’s when crumbles come in handy.
They melt faster than candles or even whole wax melts. It’s just science!
With more surface area, the wax crumbles readily start melting, which results in the scent spreading faster. In just seconds, you’ll start to smell it, and within minutes, the whole room will be fragrant.
As compared with candles, wax melts and wax crumbles can be more fragrant. As they melt quicker, they give out their scents faster. But that’s not the only thing; unlike candles, the whole wax in the solid melt or crumbs melts, so all of the scent is released into the air.
Therefore, with wax crumbles, you can really smell the fragrance everywhere in the room, which is why these are also good for bigger spaces that otherwise may require several candles.
Another benefit of using wax crumbles is that you can use as much as you need (and as much as the wax melter would allow). So, say, you just want to use it for a small space like a bathroom that won’t require a lot of fragrance, you can just use a few pinches of it and get the job done.
Makes a Lovely Present
While wax melts make great presents as well, wax crumbles in their beautiful jars make an even prettier gift. Anyone on the receiving end would definitely love the jar with colourful and fragrant wax crumbs in it. Oh, and they can reuse the jar as well!
So there you have it, now you’re also an expert at wax melt crumbles. You can use these in your home, and recommend them to friends and family when you yourself become a big fan (which you will, trust me).
Check out our extensive collection of beautifully hand-crafted wax crumbles!
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
Yes, you can mix different fragrance oils in a wax warmer to create unique scent combinations. However, ensure that you're using oils compatible with each other and that you're not overpowering the room with too many scents.
Yes, essential oils can be used in wax warmers, but it's essential to dilute them with carrier oils before use. This prevents any potential risks associated with direct exposure to high heat.
It's generally recommended not to leave a wax warmer unattended, just like any other heat-emitting appliance. Safety should always be a priority.
Change the wax in your warmer when you notice the scent has faded or the wax is no longer emitting a fragrance. This typically occurs after several hours of use.
While you can use fragrance oils from candles in wax warmers, it's advisable to use oils specifically formulated for wax warmers. These oils are designed to release fragrance effectively without any fire risk.
Yes, wax warmers are generally safe to use around pets. However, consider the sensitivity of certain animals to strong scents, and ensure the warmer is placed in an area where pets can't accidentally knock it over.
Wax crumbles are basically crumbles of hardened scented wax
Exploring Serathena's Range
Serathena offers an expansive selection of wax melts and much much more!. Whether you're seeking the comfort of classic scents or the intrigue of contemporary artwork, their range has something for everyone. Explore categories like:
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