How To Clean Your Wax Warmer

Swapping out your wax melts doesn't have to be a pain! Here are two easy ways to clean the old wax from your warmer. We recommend changing your Waxpops whenever you can no longer smell the fragrance, usually after about 20 hours of burn time.
Cleaning wax warmer, cold removal

This method involves removing the dish with the old wax from your wax warmer and placing in in your freezer. As the wax cools, it will contract & become smaller in your wax warmer dish. After 15-20 minutes, remove the bowl from the freezer and use a butter knife (if needed) to pop out the old wax. This process is much cleaner and easier than the hot removal, but it does require removing the dish from the warmer. 

This method involves re-melting the old wax before removing it. Turn on your electric wax warmer (or light a tea light if you're using a manual warmer) as you normally would. Allow the wax to melt slightly around the edges of the bowl, then use a paper towel to carefully remove the softened wax. You can also let the old wax remelt completely and use a paper towel to soak up the old wax. Please use extra caution when working with hot wax. 

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