I saw this tip on pinterest for switching scents in a melted-wax “Scentsy” warmer.
I have two of these plug-in warmers in my house and they make it smell GREAT! The only “problem” is, you have to change out the scent every few days to keep it fresh. (I alternate upstairs and downstairs.)
Normally, what I do is switch off the warmer so that the wax hardens, and then gouge it out with the back of a (no-eraser) pencil.
It usually comes out pretty cleanly. (Not counting the dead bug embedded in the wax above, of course.)
But I thought this cotton-ball tip was worth a try.
First of all, one cotton ball wasn’t enough.
And then the challenge was to get the cotton balls unstuck from my fingers and into the trash.
My fingertips still feel a little gucky.
Still, though, I guess this tip would work well enough if you didn’t want to wait for the wax to harden.
Probably it would be best with a GIANT cotton ball.
We received an email for our neighborhood association about Halloween decor:
“We encourage families to decorate their homes and yards for the upcoming Trick or Treat night; however, we also ask that your decorations be in good taste and not inappropriate (over-the- top gory and horrific). Remember we are a Family Neighborhood Community. Please decorate within the Resident Guide and please be tasteful and respectful of others that may be sensitive to horrific decorations.”
I read this out loud in a snotty voice to my teenage daughter GG.
She said, “Just for that, let’s put out an actual corpse.”