Ingredients: Pure Soy Oil, Pure Soy Wax, Phthalate Free Fragrance Oil, Dye.
Instructions: Drop single drops of Squeeze Wax into Electric Wax Warmer for fragrance. Squeeze Wax scents may be combined to create unique scents in your Electric Wax Warmer. Do not use Squeeze Wax in Tealight Warmers. Do not use Squeeze Wax in Candles. Keep Squeeze Wax out of reach of children and pets. Do not dispose of Squeeze Wax down a sink or drain of any kind. Store Squeeze Wax at Room Temp - between 65-85 F.
What is squeeze wax?
Dixie Grace Squeeze Wax is a custom blend of pure soy oil, pure soy wax, phthalate free fragrance oil, and dye. Squeeze Wax can be blended together to create different scents in your warmers. You can create hundreds of blends to fit your mood, your home, your office - the list goes on!
How much should I use?
That really depends on the size of the room and how powerful you want your scent. Think of squeeze wax like makeup - its completely buildable. The more drops you add, the stronger that scent will be. For a normal size room, we would say 20 drops total of product, for a larger or home - 30 to 40 drops.
How long does squeeze wax last?
Squeeze Wax contains a higher oil content than Wax Melts and Candles providing for a stronger scent throw. When used in an Electric Wax Warmer, you will smell Squeeze Wax much faster than you would a normal Wax Melt. Wax Melts, on the other hand, have a melting and hardening process that preserves their scent longer than Squeeze Wax. It is about your personal preference. Example - we used 10 drops of Squeeze Wax in an Electric Wax Warmer for a combined twenty hours of “melting” time. The Squeeze Wax was just as strong after twenty hours of “melting” time. It’s all going to depend on how long you leave your Electric Wax Melter on and how much Squeeze Wax that you use.
How do I get squeeze wax out of the melter?
You can wipe Squeeze Wax out of your Electric Wax Melter with a clean paper towel and throw it in the trash. We know some of our customers prefer to use cotton balls versus paper towels. The freezing method used with Wax Melts does not work for Squeeze Wax.