Salt Water Taffy wax melts – 6 Segment snap pot.
One of my all-time favourite fragrances, Salt Water Taffy have fragrant notes of Strawberry, Raspberry & Banana. Mixed with Cherry, Sugar & Wild Berry on a base of Creamy Vanilla Taffy.
For those of us in the United Kingdom, we would call Taffy “chews”. If you have ever been to Blackpool, then I’m sure you’ve called in at the rock factories at some point. It is fascinating to watch. The process for making taffy is very similar.
The maker combines all the ingredients, then stretches and pulls until it becomes the light and fluffy chewy candy that we all love. The maker then rolls, shapes then wraps the taffy in wax paper. Popular brands of Taffy or “chews” in the UK include Chewits and Starburst.
Our taffy wax melts are also available in smaller wax tarts
What are wax melts?
Candle Melts are an amazing alternative to scented candles, in addition to this, they are safer to use. First, they are fast melting. Pop one into your wax warmer, grab a cuppa and upon your return, your room has filled with fragrance. Finally, they’re so easy to use compared to candles because they require no wick trimming. As a result, they are essentially a wick-less candle.
Our 6 segment snap pots are brilliant, just snap off a chunk or two, pop them into your wax approved warmer, and wait for the fragrange to fill your room. We find that two segments is just the right amout for our wax approved oil burner.
Some wax warmers are operated by a tealight candle, however, in contrast to that, and my favoured choice, some are plug in. We have found during extensive testing that the scent lasts a little longer in electric warmers, but consequently throws a little stronger in T-Light burners.
In conclusion, heat / melt the wax to release the fragrance. Replace wax after the fragrance has completely diminished.
How do I remove old wax from my wax melter?
Easy! First, wait for your salt water taffy wax melts to solidify and completely cool. Next, turn on your wax warmer for 1-2 minutes, just long enough to melt the underside of the wax allowing it to slide right out.