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By LJ (Guest Post)
April 20, 20060 found this helpful

In lieu of Yankee Candle tarts, you can buy colored porous rocks at the craft shops like Michael's, then purchase scented oils. Soak the rocks in the oil in a Glad type tupperware container, turning over and shaking the container so the oil seeps into all of them........then add the scented rocks to whatever type tart burner you have.

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You can make your own scents by combining two or more and find the one that suits you best. When the rocks no longer put off a scent, return them to the Glad container.......it's much cheaper as you never have to replace the rocks!

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By Elizabeth (Guest Post)
April 21, 20060 found this helpful

I don't have a warmer, but I do like Yankee candles. I prefer the ones scented like food, as I think the florals and others are too strong. I like most of the vanillas, the banana nut bread, the pumpkin, and the lemon cookie. Try out a small votive first to see if you like the scent. Or, I have used the tarts in a tea light burner, and I sometimes think they give off a better scent than the small votive. Hope this helps.

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July 20, 20060 found this helpful

Find someone that sells Partylite candles. They are pricey but maybe no more than yankee candles. They have great soft scents and last a long time.

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By Donald (Guest Post)
August 26, 20070 found this helpful

Best candles are Natures Finest Candles made from natural palm wax. They even burn clean and don't soot since they aren't made from Paraffin like most. Check out http://WWW.NATU  INESTCANDLES.COM

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They are also sold on QVC. Web site lists all the aromas, prices and show short videos about product.

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By scott (Guest Post)
December 8, 20070 found this helpful

FYI, Earthshine candles do not use lead in their wicks and the jar candles are the best around. I am not sure where this person got their info from, but I have it from a very reliable source.

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By Gena (Guest Post)
January 12, 20080 found this helpful

I had a candle spit while on a warmer, any ideas on what causes this?

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Anonymous
January 8, 20160 found this helpful

The glass was heated and cracked. Its not an ununsual occasion using candle warmers. Many Yankee Candle employees warn against using them.

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November 13, 20160 found this helpful

I have Yankee candles but leery to light them w Cats

Is my warmer NOT the best Idea...???

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By Crystal (Guest Post)
November 29, 20080 found this helpful

I was just given a crock candle warmer and a 22 oz candle in a glass jar as a gift but wasn't told if I could put the glass jar with the candle in it into the warmer or does it have to be a candle without the glass jar that is used in the warmer? Could someone let me know so I can start using my warmer. Please.. If you can help me with the info please email me at firecracker316 AT hotmail.com. Thank You

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By Terrell E. (Guest Post)
February 5, 20090 found this helpful

Hi,
Here is my suggestion. I used to be a fan of Yankee candles, but then came Gold Canyon Candles! My life has since changed. I have a very sensitive nose and I work (as a nurse) in an environment where the smells can sometimes be extremely unpleasant, to say the least. Thus, I need scents around me that help me cope. LOL!

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Gold canyon candles are the best out there and I know, as I am a candle fanatic. They even offer "Scent Pods" which are specifically designed for use with a warm. And believe me are there product give of a consistent aroma of pleasantry! For more info visit www.goldcanyon.com or email me @ tesecondincharge AT yahoo.com. I love the products so much I became a product demonstrator!

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