I've been using tart warmers since the late 90s, and ran the gamut from Yankee candle co., to farmer's markets, and then eBay sellers, and finally professional online companies, and expensive companies like Party Lite, Scentsy, et. It became too expensive to keep up after 10 yrs, and I figured I'd cut out the middle man, purchased wax and fragrance oils and custom made my own tarts. A year in, I eventually tired of the whole process and resorted to just using loose wax grains in my tart warmer, and just adding fragrance oils to the wax with a plastic pipette. When the scent faded a couple of hours later, I'd just pipette more fragrance in.
I smelled these in Walmart and was surprisingly blown away by the quality of the pumpkin pie and baked apple strudel scents. These are both difficult scents to get just right, especially without spending a fortune for big name brands. I thought, for $2, what do I have to lose? The SAMPLES of the fragrance oils are more than that these days! And the staying power! If you shut off the tart warmer when you leave the house and go to sleep, one small cube can last an entire day.
And with 6 cubes for $2, what a value to boot! You can have your whole house smelling wonderful on practically $2.33 a week!! The best part, is I'm not settling! I placed my best scents in a different warmer in the office, with the BH&G scent in a warmer in the kitchen, and it BLEW THEM AWAY. You've GOT to try these. And BH&G...if you're reading this, you've GOT to come out with more scents!!!!!!!!!! Your chemists are mighty talented, indeed!!!
If u look at the rating scale, there's only 5 star ratings and 1 star ratings. It's obvious that the ONLY people who are giving this product a bad rating, are Scentsy sellers!!!!!