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Regular Contributor
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Registered: ‎03-09-2010

Hope someone can recommend a good electric warmer on here. I like how the scent from a warmer permeates the house but don't like using the warmers where I have to use a tealight to melt the wax. I do have an electric one but it doesn't do a good job so I was hoping for a recommendation from my fellow scent/candle lovers here. TIA

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Registered: ‎03-19-2010

Re: Electric tart/wax warmers

I have a tiny crock pot wax warmer, and I love it.

That's how we roll in the shire..
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Re: Electric tart/wax warmers

I just found a Christmas Crock-Pot (brand name) new in the box at Goodwill. It is dated 1999 and was made in the USA.

I used to have a similar Crock -Pot for melting wax years ago but I broke it. I was thrilled to find this little gem. They work great for melting tarts.

Yankee Candle makes one that has a shallow bowl but is the same concept. I love my little Crock-Pot! The YC one is electric.

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Re: Electric tart/wax warmers

The small crock pot warmers are good but it can be a pain to get the wax out. I have one I got at Walmart with the small dish to hold the wax. The old wax easily pops out and I've been using it several years. It thoroughly melts the wax.
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Registered: ‎04-18-2010

Re: Electric tart/wax warmers

Right now I have the Yankee Candle pumpkin on my island and use it most every day. My husband still comes in the kitchen and asks what I am making!!! After I am finished with the pumpkin, I have a YC deep red urn with a lid - if I do not cave and buy the snowman or Christmas ornament one they have. I like the electric burners because they are more safe than a flame. I have even left one on over night {#emotions_dlg.ohmy}and there was no problem.

Regular Contributor
Posts: 174
Registered: ‎03-09-2010

Re: Electric tart/wax warmers

Thanks for the help. Seem like you like the YC may be the way to go. Will have to check them out .
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Re: Electric tart/wax warmers

I have 2 tart burners from walmart and I purchased the better homes and garden wax squares from there as well....there are a lot of fragrance choices and the prices is very reasonable.

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Registered: ‎09-23-2010

Re: Electric tart/wax warmers

I use Scentsy electric warmers and melts love all the different aromas.Right now I am hooked on Autum Sunset.
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Registered: ‎06-05-2010

Re: Electric tart/wax warmers

I like the Scentsational brand. In fact, I gave all family members the same one ( a tulip) for christmas one year. BH&G or Scentsational wax cubes smell great and you can easily blend two scents if you like

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Registered: ‎03-10-2010

Re: Electric tart/wax warmers

I have a BH & G warmer from Walmart and it has worked great for several years. If I don't empty the bowl while the wax is still melted, I just stick it in the freezer for awhile and it pops right out.