What is the easiest way to remove wax from a warmer? Simply place your warmer in the freezer for ten to twenty minutes. The wax will become solid and shrink in this time, popping out of your wax-melter. All you need to do then is wipe the dish clean with a paper towel and you are ready to go again.
How do you remove hard wax? Dip a cotton pad in mineral oil, massage oil, or olive oil. Warmer oil works better than cold oil. Hold the soaked pad on the wax residue until it’s saturated — about two minutes. Wipe off the wax residue with a clean cotton pad.
How do you remove dried wax melts? Simply pop an ice cube onto of the hardened wax and wait for about 2 minutes. Remove the ice cube and gently push one side of the hardened wax and it should pop right out! (TIP – If you are worried about the ice cube melting just put it in a zip lock bag first then place on wax.
How often should you change wax melts? As a general rule, wax melts should be changed whenever you no longer smell them. How long is this? If you’re using just one cube at a time, that is generally 8 to 12 total burning hours. If you use more than one cube, and you can usually use up to three, you may get a few more hours out of it.