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Is there a science to making your scent linger in the air once blown out? If this makes sense....

I made a Vanilla Jar (16oz) that lingered in the air for hours after the candle was blown out. Was it the manufacturer (ME) or the scent?

Last night I burned a Honeydew and within minutes of blowing it out the scent was out of the air.

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I know when people talk about diffusing essential oils they say the different molecular structures matter on how fast and how strong the oil gets in the air. I wonder if all fragrances work the same with this. Maybe if the molecule is smaller on the honeydew, it will dissipate quicker.

Just a thought.

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