There’s nothing better than having a guest walk into your home and exclaim, “It smells great in here!” Whether you use candles, reed diffusers, room sprays, or another type of product to keep your home smelling fresh, the really great thing about home fragrance is there truly is something for everyone.
However, there’s one product in particular that sometimes gets overshadowed by candles, and that’s the electric warmer. Electric warmers, like our stylish new Grey Banded Warmer, are flameless and can be used with either wax bars or home fragrance oils. Step up your fragrance game by snagging one of these versatile warmers below!
The neutral design of this warmer was curated specifically to place attention on the rich, varied fragrances available in the Bridgewater fragrance library! Enjoy using this banded grey warmer with your favorite wax melts and home fragrance oils.
While wax bars have become very popular in the last few years, home fragrance oils haven’t necessarily received the kudos they deserve. But, regardless of which product you prefer, wax bars and fragrance oils are excellent for filling any space with your favorite Bridgewater fragrance without having to think about proper candle burning techniques.
If you’re not sure how to use these products, we've included some commonly asked questions about electric warmers, wax bars, and home fragrance oils below!
How much product you use is based on your fragrance strength preference. However, we generally recommend using one to two squares of wax or 10 to 20 drops of home fragrance oil.
The length of time your wax or oil produces fragrance will depend on two things: how much product you use and the strength of the fragrance you use. One thing to note is that the home fragrance oil will immediately begin producing fragrance while wax bars will take a little longer to get going.
The general rule of thumb is that the fragrance will be stronger in a smaller space such as a bedroom or bathroom, and lighter in a larger space such as a living room. We recommend testing your warmer and fragrance products in different areas of the house until you figure out what works best for your needs.
To remove used wax from the warmer bowl, simply unplug the warmer, let the wax cool, and pop it out. To clean used oil from the warmer bowl, unplug the warmer and let it cool. Then, use a towel to wipe the oil away.
In either case, if you plan to switch to a different fragrance, we recommend cleaning the warmer basin with a soft sponge, warm water, and mild soap. However, do not submerge the warmer at any time.
No, home fragrance oils are not the same as essential oils and the electric warmer is not the same as a diffuser. You should never put water in your electric warmer.