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Electric Warmer Alternatives?

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Hello Everyone, I’m new to the board but not new to candle making/scenting, etc. 

 

I am trying to find a less messy alternative for electric wax warmers. I love my warmers but when you have little ones, they can knock them over, etc. 

Years ago Home Interiors (Another name now) had a scented gel for electric warmers. It was basically a thick lotion. It was great because the scent throw was great  and I didn’t have to worry about the kids knocking it over. Clean up was easier too. 

 

I am currently trying Smelly jelly but wanted to find something like a salt crystal or Epsom salt that I could scent and toss in my warmers. Any suggestions?? 

 

I like to use the scented laundry crystals , what can I use the mimic those?? 

 

Thank you for any help. 

Laura 

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There are several threads (both older and more recent) about salt. I’m in the barn and can’t search right now.


Highlights: just take a tablespoon of just about any salt and add  a few drops. 
 

to make ahead, start with 1% Up to possibly 10% by weight and let it soak. start lower, you can always add more.
 

Put it in your melter Super easy.

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51 minutes ago, TallTayl said:

There are several threads (both older and more recent) about salt. I’m in the barn and can’t search right now.


Highlights: just take a tablespoon of just about any salt and add  a few drops. 
 

to make ahead, start with 1% Up to possibly 10% by weight and let it soak. start lower, you can always add more.
 

Put it in your melter Super easy.

Thank you

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