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Candle burners

March 25th, 2007 at 07:36 am

If you are like me and love to burn candles I say buy a candle burner for about $6. I bought one last year and have not needed to buy new candles, the wax melts and gives off a great smell then it forms again and I just place them back on the burner, I have saved a ton of money on candles.

6 Responses to “Candle burners”

  1. HouseHopeful Says:

    I like them too! I find that the smell disperses a lot more through the room than candles do. VERY fun!

  2. Lulu Says:

    I like that idea....but how much electricity do the candle warmers use? Is the money saved on buying new candles and matches and lighters offset by the increase in electricity?

  3. Ima saver Says:

    I have never heard of anything like that.

  4. disneysteve Says:

    Another non-monetary benefit is there is no smoke or soot. At work, we used to burn a candle in the bathroom. We finally realized the walls had gradually gotten black from the discharge. We repainted the room and started using a candle warmer and no more wall discoloration.

  5. rduell Says:

    I have thought of getting one of these. I gt tired of cleaning soot off of the windows.

  6. veronak Says:

    Lul to be honet with you I am not sure how much electricity is used, I imagine it can't be that much and Disney there is no soot.
    Ima they are great

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