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Tiger Lily Rain Wax Melt Shot Pot

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Tiger Lily Rain Wax Melt Shot Pot

Add 20x 25g Wax Melts to your basket and use code 20FOR20 to get them for £20. Add 10x 25g Wax Melts to your basket and use code 10FOR12 to get them for £12.

Sample sized wax melt, providing approximately 8-10 hours total burn time. Net weight approx: 25g.

Tiger Lily Rain Wax Melt Shot Pot Scent Description

Juicy top notes of freshly squeezed oranges, crisp green apples and zesty bergamot. Delicate floral heart notes of pure jasmine and white rose petals with gentle wafts of ginger, leading into a base of white musk and cedarwood.

      - Total burn time approx 8-10 hours depending on burner/local conditions
      - 100% Handpoured In Derbyshire By Nuscents
      - Highly Scented
      - Net weight: 25g approx
      - Unbeatable Value & Choice
      - Long Lasting Scent Hold
      - Specially Selected High Quality Perfumes

      Not the scent you were looking for? Search our vast range of Sample Wax Melts. Want the next size up? Try our 50g Wax Melts.

      More about our wax melts

      Suitable for all Tealight Burners & Electric Warmers - we find that our wax melts perform better in traditional tealight burners, though it still has good performance in the electric burners we choose for testing.

      Instructions: Remove wax melt from packaging and add to the top of your Wax Warmer (please ensure you're not over-filling your wax warmer). Place an unscented tealight in the burner, light then sit back and enjoy. You can continue re-melting this wax melt until you can no longer smell the scent.

      We provide all CLP information with all our products, but this is available on request prior to purchase using our Contact page.

      We recommend using a wax melter with a minimum 12cm height to melting pot with any wax melts as shorter burners (oil burners) heat the wax melt to too high a temperature which is potentially more dangerous and reduces burning time.