Better Homes and Gardens Estate Wax Warmer, Charcoal

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  • Safe, clean heat source
  • No flame
  • No soot residue
  • About this item

    Add classic style, ambience and delightful aromas to your home with this Estate Better Homes and Gardens Wax Warmer. Offered in a rich charcoal finish, this ceramic wax cube warmer features a fleur-de-lis on each of its four sides along with decorative textures and accents. The soft 25-watt light provides a relaxing, soft glow and decorative atmosphere while acting as a safe heat source to melt wax cubes to fill the room with a wonderful aroma. It is recommended for use with Better Homes and Gardens wax cubes or tarts that suit your personal taste.

    Better Homes and Gardens Estate Wax Warmer:

    • Safe, clean heat source
    • 25W light bulb provides a relaxing atmosphere
    • No flame
    • No soot residue
    • Color: Charcoal
    • For use with Better Homes and Gardens wax cubes
    • Better Homes and Gardens warmer, charcoal, has ceramic construction
    • Wax cubes and tarts release a soothing fragrant scent into the air immediately upon melting
    • Wax cubes and tarts are sold separately


    Multi Pack Indicator: No
    Battery Type: Does Not Contain a Battery
    Model No.: SC-168
    Shipping Weight (in pounds): 1.9
    Product in Inches (L x W x H): 5.75 x 5.75 x 6.85
    Assembled in Country of Origin: Imported
    Origin of Components: Imported
    Walmart No.: 1778870

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    how are you supose to do with the wax once it has lost its smell on the wax warmer?...does the extra wax just need to be stored in a cubored or freezer?
    by coftfeelover 5/11/2011
    • I just pour it back into the wax package, and when I am done, and the the scent is gone, I just typically throw the entire package in the garbage.
      by 2WiseConsumer7/19/2012
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    • Remove the wax container part on the top of the warmer and stick it in the freezer for about 10 minutes. It will come right out of the container part and then just throw it away and put a new one in the container! Very easy.
      by Sapara2/4/2012
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    • I just pour mines into a glass jar when I am done with it. I usually burn my wax until the smell is completely gone.
      by NolaGirl5041/17/2012
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    • I just use a butter knife to loosten it up and then dispose of the wax. I change to a new wax square about every other week. the apple seems to last the longest. And is very strong:)
      by Mamabear0471/17/2012
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    • Once the wax is depleted of all fragrance you can just throw it away. If the wax still has fragrance I recommend pouring it back into the container, wiping your dish with a paper towel and putting in another cube of your favorite scent. Keep in mind that in the warmer temperatures the wax will get softer. I store my wax in a tupperware-type container in the freezer in the summer months. Any other time of the year I just store them in a Sterilite container in the cabinet.
      by cook32641/17/2012
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    • I just go to the trash can while the wax is still hot and let it drip out, then I wipe it down with a napkin to ensure all the wax is off. You can do this, because the lid comes right off the top. The wax set recommends that you pour it back in the wax box it came it. However you want to discard is no big deal. Very easy. I love the product!!
      by HopeToHelp1/17/2012
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    • You can easily use a spatula and go around the wax with it until it pops out you can store it or throw it away. Just let it melt a little bit then do what I said above and that will work. And any little left over just wipe out with a paper towel.Do you use the product from walmart?
      by LovingFriend10/18/2011
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    • I have learned once you are done with the warmer for the day to remove candle and let wax harden. Once harden put the lid back on to help preserve scent.
      by okherewego18/13/2011
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    • Once it has lost its smell throw it away, it is spent after that.
      by ashrimpmommy1/17/2012
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    • When it's time to replace the wax I just usually warm it up enough to slide it off the dish and throw it away. If it melts all the way I pour it back into the plastic and pop another out. You can store them in the cupboard or in a drawer. I put them with my cleaning supplies in the closet or junk drawer in the kitchen.
      by ShoppinMunki5/18/2011
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