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Is a warning label necessary for tarts?What kind of labels do you put on tarts?


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yes you still need labels, the wax does get hot, as well as the dish or warmer its self. plus some people truely don't know how to melt them. i buy my tart warning labels from ky-candle. some people makes their own. i bag my tarts 6 to a bag... so i put a label on bag. unless they are for my kids ,

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Here is the info on pre-printed labels from Kentucky Candle Wax Supply http://www.kycandlewaxsupply.com/warninglabels.htm scroll down to "tart" warning labels. There are other suppliers with warning labels too.

You could also use this info and print your own.

Failure to follow these directions could result in unexpected fire hazard or personal injury. Use only in well ventilated low heat potpourri burner without lid. Do not add water. Never heat on stove or electric appliance where temperature would exceed 190 degrees F. Melt enough product to have 1/2 inch of product in pot. Use only in melters designed for wax tarts.

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