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1. Is a tart warmer only electric, or can you also use the little cups with tea lights under them?

2. Can you use left over j233 in said warmers with its' low melt point?

I just poured a few containers and I poured the extra off into a mini muffin pan. Very soft wax with a low melt point was just wondering if they could be used for samples.

Thanks

Will

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1. Is a tart warmer only electric, or can you also use the little cups with tea lights under them?

2. Can you use left over j233 in said warmers with its' low melt point?

I just poured a few containers and I poured the extra off into a mini muffin pan. Very soft wax with a low melt point was just wondering if they could be used for samples.

Thanks

Will

You can use a container wax in a tart warmer, but it may be more difficult to remove the tart when you're finished burning it. Other than that, there aren't really any drawbacks. However, because they are so soft, I would only use those personally and not sell/give them to anyone.

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