Wax Melt Care

1. Use a wax warmer that is designed specifically for wax melts. These warmers are typically equipped with a dish or tray to hold the wax melt and a heat source that warms the wax to release the fragrance.

2. Keep the wax melt away from children and pets. Wax melts can look and smell like candy, so it's important to keep them out of reach of curious little hands and paws.

3. Do not leave the wax melt unattended. While wax melts don't have a flame, they still produce heat, so it's important to never leave them on while you're out of the house or asleep.

4. Use a wax melt dish that is heat-resistant and easy to clean. Wax can be messy, so it's important to use a dish that can withstand the heat and is easy to clean.

5. Avoid overfilling the wax warmer. When melting the wax, be sure to only add a small amount at a time. Overfilling the dish can cause the wax to spill over and create a mess.

6. Dispose of the wax safely. Once the fragrance has dissipated, allow the wax to cool and harden before removing it from the wax warmer. You can then dispose of the wax in the trash or recycle it if it's made from natural ingredients.

WARNING: Do not touch the wax melt when it is hot. The wax can reach high temperatures and can cause burns if it comes into contact with your skin. Keep the wax melt away from flammable objects. Do not place the wax melt near curtains, bedding, paper products, or other flammable materials. The heat from the wax melt can ignite these objects and cause a fire.  Do not add water or any other substance to the wax. Adding any liquid to the wax can cause it to boil or splatter, which can be dangerous.  Do not use the wax melt for anything other than its intended purpose. Wax melts are designed to release fragrance and should not be used for cooking or other purposes. Keep the wax melt out of direct sunlight and away from heat sources. Exposure to high temperatures can cause the wax to melt and spill over.