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Wax Melt Warmers

Choose from a range of non-electrical and electric oil burners with a ceramic liner that is stunning and reusable. You can place them on any wall in your home. Enjoy a long-lasting handcrafted wax melt fragrance.

Electric Wax Burners - Ceramic Wax Melt Warmers Plug-in Wax Burners - Aroma Melt Warmer - Modern Wax Melt Burner - Silver Wax Melt Warmer

Ordering Online, Delivery and Shipping

We aim to post all orders within 3 working days, however during busier periods shipping may take longer. If you would like an update on your order please email contact@villagewaxmelts.co.uk and quote your order number. In order to return an order, please contact us via email first. Returns can be mailed to: Unit 4c, M38 0PT. You will be responsible for paying for the shipping costs with regard to the items that you wish to return. You must take care to ensure that the goods are properly packaged so that they will not be damaged while in transit. If the product is found damaged, then we may reject a refund.

How Do You Use The Wax Melter?

The next step, regardless of the design you choose, is to gather your wax cubes and, if you choose that option, some tealight candles.

Just plug in your appliance or ignite your candle after placing your wax melt in the warmer or burner. The wax melt burner will then take care of the rest! The following wonderful scents may be enjoyed when you unwind and sit back.

In order to get the most out of your wax melt burner and the melts you put in it, try to switch it off after you're happy with the level of scent in your room. Otherwise, you risk premature melt burnout.

Tealight Wax Melt Warmers

It is only appropriate to use tealight wax melt warmers with tealight candles. These are tiny wax candles that add a beautiful mood to a room with dim lighting. Some of these use a plate on top to hold your wax cube and this tea light candle as the heating source.

Because the aroma is intended to originate from the wax melt itself, which progressively begins to melt as the candle pushes more heat above, the user normally uses a scentless candle. To discover interesting new scents, some users prefer to experiment with scented tealight candles and scented wax melt warmers.

Electric Wax Melt Warmers

Electric wax melt warmers, which we briefly discussed earlier, are the second major form of warmer. These are a more practical and effective type of wax melt burner, as the name implies.

These warmers come in several different varieties, each with a different heating system. An electric warmer that has a bulb inside the main home is one of the most popular ones. 

This lightbulb acts as a source of illumination, somewhat resembling wax melters for tealights. However, this bulb also generates heat, which melts the wax.

An electric warmer with a real heating plate for your wax melt is another type. These may or may not have a light still, but the heating plate, which must be used with an outlet, provides the majority of the heat.

Wax Melts Warmer Product Quality and Refund policy

We hope you love your handcrafted Village Wax Melts order, however if there are any issues with your order we will of course resolve them as soon as possible. Please email contact@villagewaxmelts.co.uk with any refund or returns enquiries. See more on terms and conditions and privacy policy.

About Wax Burners

Our handcrafted Wax melts are placed in wax warmers where they melt and produce smells as they do so. They melt from a heat source, whose nature might differ. Some warmers utilise electricity or light bulbs, while others could use a tealight candle that needs to be extinguished when melting is complete in order to prevent fires. We also have a range of scents such as sweet, vanilla, lavender, lemon, citrus, floral, jasmine and rose. Perfect for stress relief. Also check out our guide on the Best Wax Melt Warmers.