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Since: Dec 10

London, KY

#1 Dec 15, 2011
I have some scented wax cubes I bought yesterday. I was just wondering how you melt them or even use them for that matter. Is there something in particular that you have to buy in order to use them properly? Please help. These Blueberry scented ones smell really good. Thanks!

“Speaker of Mountain Wisdom....”

Since: Jan 10

Somerset, KY

#2 Dec 15, 2011
You need a Burner... You can pick one up at the dollar store for a few bucks or Wally World.. Has a little bowl and a stand to stick little tea candles under the melting pot .. Stick in the cube and light the candle.. it melts and releases the scent... After a few melts pop out the cooled wax and toss when the scent goes away and drop in another cube to the bowl...

Since: Dec 10

London, KY

#3 Dec 15, 2011
Quantummist wrote:
You need a Burner... You can pick one up at the dollar store for a few bucks or Wally World.. Has a little bowl and a stand to stick little tea candles under the melting pot .. Stick in the cube and light the candle.. it melts and releases the scent... After a few melts pop out the cooled wax and toss when the scent goes away and drop in another cube to the bowl...
Alright thanks, I use to have a burner, I'll have to find another one.

“Get real, Only ONE is perfect.”

Since: Nov 08

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#4 Dec 15, 2011
Nimbletwig wrote:
<quoted text>Alright thanks, I use to have a burner, I'll have to find another one.
...lol,..It know why but it seems funny to me to hear grown men talk about tarts and tart warmers...lol...I have one and have given many as presents,...but never thought to give one to a man..I like the tarts that smell like clean linen or downey fresh or the ocean...

“Speaker of Mountain Wisdom....”

Since: Jan 10

Somerset, KY

#5 Dec 15, 2011
Malachi wrote:
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...lol,..It know why but it seems funny to me to hear grown men talk about tarts and tart warmers...lol...I have one and have given many as presents,...but never thought to give one to a man..I like the tarts that smell like clean linen or downey fresh or the ocean...
I'm a sensitive feller darlin.... Q

“Get real, Only ONE is perfect.”

Since: Nov 08

Location hidden

#6 Dec 15, 2011
Quantummist wrote:
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I'm a sensitive feller darlin.... Q
...And a likeable feller too!...Your lady is a lucky woman...Seems I may need to reconsider my gift giving when it comes to men...lol..

“Speaker of Mountain Wisdom....”

Since: Jan 10

Somerset, KY

#7 Dec 15, 2011
Malachi wrote:
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...And a likeable feller too!...Your lady is a lucky woman...Seems I may need to reconsider my gift giving when it comes to men...lol..
Nah.. 98% of all men are A'Holes... It's why I like Gurls don't ya know...
Ifn I was a Woman I would be the flashest lesbian in Knox County.. ;)

Since: Dec 10

London, KY

#8 Dec 15, 2011
Malachi wrote:
<quoted text>
...lol,..It know why but it seems funny to me to hear grown men talk about tarts and tart warmers...lol...I have one and have given many as presents,...but never thought to give one to a man..I like the tarts that smell like clean linen or downey fresh or the ocean...
Mine smell like Blue Berries and Butterscotch. Like Q, I am also a sensitive man, Malachi. lol

Since: Dec 10

London, KY

#9 Dec 15, 2011
I used oil in the burner I had. Unfortunately, I sold it at the flee-market.

-Nimble
LadyGram2

Pittsburgh, PA

#10 Apr 6, 2012
Loved the scent when I smelled them in he store. I am wild about scented candles! Anyway I didn't have my glasses to read how to use them. We use the oil and burner all the time. I think the wax cube wil be better, and possibly cheaper.
Meg

Barbourville, KY

#11 Apr 6, 2012
Ypu can get the higher quality ones through Scentsy. They are the only ones that don't bother my allergies.

Megansenters.scentsy.us

If you want to browse!

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Since: Dec 09

Cannon, KY

#12 Apr 6, 2012
I used all my wax cubes...shortly after creating this thread...
April

Barbourville, KY

#13 Apr 6, 2012
Stroll past the garbage bags in wmart like your going to the back of the store the tarts and burners are on the same side as the garbage bags. I use the pumpkin spice and the oatmeal. Oh they smell heavenly! The ones at the flea mkt don't last long.

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Since: Dec 09

Cannon, KY

#14 Apr 6, 2012
April wrote:
Stroll past the garbage bags in wmart like your going to the back of the store the tarts and burners are on the same side as the garbage bags. I use the pumpkin spice and the oatmeal. Oh they smell heavenly! The ones at the flea mkt don't last long.
That's right...the flee-markets ..are after markets..
April

Barbourville, KY

#15 Apr 6, 2012
The Specialist wrote:
<quoted text>That's right...the flee-markets ..are after markets..
they make their own and they smell for a couple of hours and that's it.
blahblahblah

Manchester, KY

#16 Apr 6, 2012
Back in the day we called sensitive men fairies!! But hey, this is the 21st century.
sue

Somerset, KY

#18 Apr 9, 2012
they also have burners that are electric, I like them better than the ones that use tea lites

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Since: Dec 09

Cannon, KY

#19 Apr 9, 2012
blahblahblah wrote:
Back in the day we called sensitive men fairies!! But hey, this is the 21st century.
Sorry...but "the day"...has done came and gone..
Strange Brue

Cincinnati, OH

#20 Apr 9, 2012
blahblahblah wrote:
Back in the day we called sensitive men fairies!! But hey, this is the 21st century.
Back in the day, sensitive men (fathers)were the ones who supported their family, and came home to them after a hard days work. They took their sons fishing, they drove their daughters to her friends house, and picked her up when it was time to come home. The name callers, were the ones who would go out and spend their money on booze, and let their family fend for themselves. Either you were raised by an alcoholic father, or you were an alcoholic father. Its a man who appreciates the good things in life, and appreciates them with his family.
yes

Barbourville, KY

#21 Apr 9, 2012
sue wrote:
they also have burners that are electric, I like them better than the ones that use tea lites
only electric for me!

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