The Coastal Edison Bulb Illumination Warmer features an updated traditional style with wire framing in a matte black finish give this Edison Bulb Illumination a vintage lantern feel.
The Coastal Edison Bulb Illumination Warmer also features a retro-look Edison Bulb.
Here are the key elements of our Edison bulb Illumination warmers
- Uses an Edison bulb to warm wax melts in the dish releasing their fragrance, without flame, therefore, there is no soot or other pollutants.
- Can be used with the Silicone Flip Dishes (sold separately) for quick and easy changes of wax fragrances, and to easily discard wax after use.
- Elegant home décor is the focus of every Candle Warmers product. They can therefore be used to compliment your personal taste.
Simply add wax melts to the dish, turn it on and enjoy your favourite fragrance as it spreads through the room.
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Do not ingest. Only use in a well ventilated area. Avoid eye and skin contact. wear protective eye wear, clothing and gloves. If contact occurs, rinse the affected area thoroughly with water.
If irritation occurs, seek medical advice.
Store out of reach of children and pets. Store in a cool dark place. protect work areas, as fragrance may damage some surfaces.
Always replace cap on container when not in use.
Wax type, container size, and shape, as well as other factors, may affect performance, so testing should be carried out to find optimal results.
As with all Melts:
Never leave a melt being used unattended.
The melting vessel may be hot to the touch.
Never move a melt when it is in use.
Do not use near curtains or blinds.
Keep well out of reach of children also and pets.
Ensure melt is used on a heat resistant surface or specifically designed melting vessel.
Store melt in a cool, dry place, and also out of direct sunlight.
Always ensure the melting vessel is switched off, or the candle is extinguished after use.
Only use melts in containers designed specifically for melt use.
Failure to follow these and other melt and candle warnings may result in a fire hazard, as well as damage to property and injury