2 Easy Ways to Replace Your Scentsy Wax with NO Mess!

I think everyone I know has a decorative tart warmer in their home, most of my family has multiple. Personally, I own 4 myself. 2 in the kitchen, one in the bathroom and one in the living room. If you own a Scentsy brand tart warmer or another brand found in local stores, odds are you like to change the wax often or mix scents to keep your room smelling fresh and wonderful. Changing the melted wax can be a messy task, unless you know these 2 Easy Ways to Replace your Scentsy wax!

2 EASY Ways to Replace Your Scentsy Wax with NO MESS! | DailyDIYLife.com


 

The first tip to replace your melted Scentsy wax is my personal favorite.

2 EASY Ways to Replace Your Scentsy Wax with NO MESS! | DailyDIYLife.com

While the wax is still warm, use a cotton ball to absorb all of the liquid. Toss the cotton ball right into the trash. NO mess!! Your warmer is now free and clean of all previous scents.


 

2 EASY Ways to Replace Your Scentsy Wax with NO MESS! | DailyDIYLife.com

The second way to Replace your Scentsy wax with no mess is to replace it after it has hardened. Even when the wax hardens, it can still be stubborn and not come out easily without the help of a butter knife or sharp tool. To avoid all of the mess from breaking it into pieces, simply pop your warming tray into the freezer for 10 minutes. The wax will shrink and slide right out of the tray. No messy crumbles and no sharp objects involved!

Do you use another method to Replace Your Scentsy Wax with NO Mess? I would love to hear other tips from all of you!


If you are looking to purchase Scentsy Warmers and/or wax, please visit my dear friend April over at Youniquely Fun Scents! There is always a special going on and the cuteness level of the warmers are beyond adorable!


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