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I think all aroma types have their pros and cons. In the last few years, i've tinkered with different types. Some observations i've made:

Scented Candles
- candles can get very pricey
- lots of product is wasted if candle tunnels
- requires matches or fire starter
- flame and hot wax can hurt pets, children, people with sensitive skin or damage furniture when spilled
- flame needs to be kept alive
- time depends on how long flame is burned
- might not penetrate foul scents
- takes a while to release scent
- lots of scent variety

Incense Stick/Cone
- cheap, can buy tens to hundreds at once
- smoke is carcinogenic
- requires matches or fire starter
- recommend using an incense holder otherwise causes a mess
- produces lots of dust, torture on asthmatics, carpets, computers, air conditioners
- does not take long to release scent
- time depends on size of stick/cone (usually 1-1/2 hours for me per stick)
- penetrates through foul scents well
- lots of scent variety

Wax Melt
- easy to clean up (either dump the hot wax into trash bag or pick up when slightly warmed)
- melts can get pricey (6 melts for $2.00 usually)
- requires a wax melter (uses electricity) or heat source (candle) underneath
- hot wax can hurt pets, children, people with sensitive skin or damage furniture when spilled
- lasts for a few hours, usually 1-3 hours
penetrates through foul scents well)
- lots of scent variety
- takes a little while to release scent

Oil Diffusion
- this shit burns the fark out of your skin and furniture jesus christ be careful
- requires clean water and oil diffuser
- one bottle lasts a long time, only need a few drops per use
- lasts few hours depending on oil diffuser tank
- potential for mold growth if water tank isn't cleaned regularly
- single bottles of oil can be pricey
- scent variety tends to steer toward herbs and spices
- time to release scent depends on diffuser

Aerosol
- can be found cheap in many stores (as low as 97c i've seen)
- lots of scent variety
- does not last very long per use
- can needs to be shaken before spray
- some sprays are painful for asthmatics or sensitive noses
- can be used anywhere, anytime
- dangerous if can is punctured
- good for environment if can is recyclable
- scent is instantly released
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I feel that these are safer than lit candles... Plus if you hook them up to smart plug... You have one that can run on a schedule or turn off after a specified amount of time
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Quote from itsamazeling
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Walmart [walmart.com] has Better Homes & Gardens Galvanized House Full Size Wax Warmer for $10. Select store pickup to save on shipping, otherwise shipping is free on orders $35+
Why do we need to warm wax?
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Why do we need to warm wax?
For the fragrant. Just like candles
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I feel that these are safer than lit candles... Plus if you hook them up to smart plug... You have one that can run on a schedule or turn off after a specified amount of time
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Why do we need to warm wax?
Wax matters.
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Why do we need to warm wax?
So that people will think that the Cat is away... cause the house smells better?
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I feel that these are safer than lit candles... Plus if you hook them up to smart plug... You have one that can run on a schedule or turn off after a specified amount of time
I think all aroma types have their pros and cons. In the last few years, i've tinkered with different types. Some observations i've made:

Scented Candles
- candles can get very pricey
- lots of product is wasted if candle tunnels
- requires matches or fire starter
- flame and hot wax can hurt pets, children, people with sensitive skin or damage furniture when spilled
- flame needs to be kept alive
- time depends on how long flame is burned
- might not penetrate foul scents
- takes a while to release scent
- lots of scent variety

Incense Stick/Cone
- cheap, can buy tens to hundreds at once
- smoke is carcinogenic
- requires matches or fire starter
- recommend using an incense holder otherwise causes a mess
- produces lots of dust, torture on asthmatics, carpets, computers, air conditioners
- does not take long to release scent
- time depends on size of stick/cone (usually 1-1/2 hours for me per stick)
- penetrates through foul scents well
- lots of scent variety

Wax Melt
- easy to clean up (either dump the hot wax into trash bag or pick up when slightly warmed)
- melts can get pricey (6 melts for $2.00 usually)
- requires a wax melter (uses electricity) or heat source (candle) underneath
- hot wax can hurt pets, children, people with sensitive skin or damage furniture when spilled
- lasts for a few hours, usually 1-3 hours
penetrates through foul scents well)
- lots of scent variety
- takes a little while to release scent

Oil Diffusion
- this shit burns the fark out of your skin and furniture jesus christ be careful
- requires clean water and oil diffuser
- one bottle lasts a long time, only need a few drops per use
- lasts few hours depending on oil diffuser tank
- potential for mold growth if water tank isn't cleaned regularly
- single bottles of oil can be pricey
- scent variety tends to steer toward herbs and spices
- time to release scent depends on diffuser

Aerosol
- can be found cheap in many stores (as low as 97c i've seen)
- lots of scent variety
- does not last very long per use
- can needs to be shaken before spray
- some sprays are painful for asthmatics or sensitive noses
- can be used anywhere, anytime
- dangerous if can is punctured
- good for environment if can is recyclable
- scent is instantly released
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I have three wax warmers I'm trying to sell with a few was cubes and the containers of pink zebra fragrances if anyone is interested?
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I think all aroma types have their pros and cons. In the last few years, i've tinkered with different types. Some observations i've made:

Scented Candles
- candles can get very pricey
- lots of product is wasted if candle tunnels
- requires matches or fire starter
- flame and hot wax can hurt pets, children, people with sensitive skin or damage furniture when spilled
- flame needs to be kept alive
- time depends on how long flame is burned
- might not penetrate foul scents
- takes a while to release scent
- lots of scent variety

Incense Stick/Cone
- cheap, can buy tens to hundreds at once
- smoke is carcinogenic
- requires matches or fire starter
- recommend using an incense holder otherwise causes a mess
- produces lots of dust, torture on asthmatics, carpets, computers, air conditioners
- does not take long to release scent
- time depends on size of stick/cone (usually 1-1/2 hours for me per stick)
- penetrates through foul scents well
- lots of scent variety

Wax Melt
- easy to clean up (either dump the hot wax into trash bag or pick up when slightly warmed)
- melts can get pricey (6 melts for $2.00 usually)
- requires a wax melter (uses electricity) or heat source (candle) underneath
- hot wax can hurt pets, children, people with sensitive skin or damage furniture when spilled
- lasts for a few hours, usually 1-3 hours
penetrates through foul scents well)
- lots of scent variety
- takes a little while to release scent

Oil Diffusion
- this shit burns the fark out of your skin and furniture jesus christ be careful
- requires clean water and oil diffuser
- one bottle lasts a long time, only need a few drops per use
- lasts few hours depending on oil diffuser tank
- potential for mold growth if water tank isn't cleaned regularly
- single bottles of oil can be pricey
- scent variety tends to steer toward herbs and spices
- time to release scent depends on diffuser

Aerosol
- can be found cheap in many stores (as low as 97c i've seen)
- lots of scent variety
- does not last very long per use
- can needs to be shaken before spray
- some sprays are painful for asthmatics or sensitive noses
- can be used anywhere, anytime
- dangerous if can is punctured
- good for environment if can is recyclable
- scent is instantly released
I didn't know aerosol cans were recycle able because the plastic and metal parts were too intertwined, not to mention you can't clean it out
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Wax warmer, very special.
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warm it up
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Seems like a good deal for a full sized house.
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Quote from SeikenDensetsu
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I think all aroma types have their pros and cons. In the last few years, i've tinkered with different types. Some observations i've made:

Scented Candles
- candles can get very pricey
- lots of product is wasted if candle tunnels
- requires matches or fire starter
- flame and hot wax can hurt pets, children, people with sensitive skin or damage furniture when spilled
- flame needs to be kept alive
- time depends on how long flame is burned
- might not penetrate foul scents
- takes a while to release scent
- lots of scent variety

Incense Stick/Cone
- cheap, can buy tens to hundreds at once
- smoke is carcinogenic
- requires matches or fire starter
- recommend using an incense holder otherwise causes a mess
- produces lots of dust, torture on asthmatics, carpets, computers, air conditioners
- does not take long to release scent
- time depends on size of stick/cone (usually 1-1/2 hours for me per stick)
- penetrates through foul scents well
- lots of scent variety

Wax Melt
- easy to clean up (either dump the hot wax into trash bag or pick up when slightly warmed)
- melts can get pricey (6 melts for $2.00 usually)
- requires a wax melter (uses electricity) or heat source (candle) underneath
- hot wax can hurt pets, children, people with sensitive skin or damage furniture when spilled
- lasts for a few hours, usually 1-3 hours
penetrates through foul scents well)
- lots of scent variety
- takes a little while to release scent

Oil Diffusion
- this shit burns the fark out of your skin and furniture jesus christ be careful
- requires clean water and oil diffuser
- one bottle lasts a long time, only need a few drops per use
- lasts few hours depending on oil diffuser tank
- potential for mold growth if water tank isn't cleaned regularly
- single bottles of oil can be pricey
- scent variety tends to steer toward herbs and spices
- time to release scent depends on diffuser

Aerosol
- can be found cheap in many stores (as low as 97c i've seen)
- lots of scent variety
- does not last very long per use
- can needs to be shaken before spray
- some sprays are painful for asthmatics or sensitive noses
- can be used anywhere, anytime
- dangerous if can is punctured
- good for environment if can is recyclable
- scent is instantly released
this is great info, thank you!

what about those wall plug-in ones like air wick or febreeze? is that under oil diffusion or a new category?
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House wax warmer. That's an interesting idea. Nice.
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