Candle/hot drink warmer

LibbyLizOctober 28, 2005

To those who have a candle/hot drink warmer, do you remove the wick & toss it when the candle liquifies?

Or do you leave the wick in for lighting the candle later?

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sriston

I have one of those candle warmers. I don't like it. At any rate, I leave the wicks in mine. The wicks may float out of place a little, but since I am not going to burn the candle anyway, it doesn't make a difference.
Susan

    Bookmark   October 29, 2005 at 5:08PM
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wrendora

I leave the wicks in the candles when on the warmer.

Another thing to put on those warmers are called Aroma Crystals or Smelly Jellies. They have no wicks and are a neat air freshner. :)

    Bookmark   November 9, 2005 at 3:18PM
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