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Home Fragrance- Scented Oils And Warmers

By Kathy Jhones

There are many questions asked concerning safe oil warmers and choosing the best oils. Scented oils should also not be confused with the essential oils. Unlike the essential oils, these oils are a blend of synthetic and natural products. The care applied in their manufacture makes them safe and suitable to be used at home, in the bath or on the body. The main challenge come in finding out the companies that manufacture the best oils, which are strong and long lasting.

These two qualities mainly depend on the producer. One way that you can know that oil is of low quality is when it loses its sweet smell within a short period or lack any smell once some heat is applied. In case you are planning on starting a home business dealing with fragrant products, it is always advisable to test the oils before buying them in large quantities. This will not only save much of your money, but it will also help you to retain your customers.

Once you have carried out some tests on oils from various manufacturers, select only those of the highest quality then sell them to your customers. Fragrance oils, like the essential oils also have the ability to calm and sooth your body.

Another tip to use while buying oils is buying oils in bulk, and then re-bottle them yourself. Buying them in the ready to sell bottles, which also have labels on them does not guarantee you of the same quality bottle for bottle.

When it comes to the warmers, those that are commonly used are tea light and electric. With some reasons, it has been proved that electric warmers are the safest. To start with, tea light warmers normally use a tiny candle that has a flame that heats up the oil. Generally, oils usually have a certain flash point, which once exceeded, causes the oil to catch fire. This makes them hazardous as you are not even able to control the extent to which the flame gets hot.

Oil sputter, boil or oil burning within a short time causes a lot of wastages in tea light warmers. Tea light warmers should never be left burning unattended since they can cause fires any time.

A number of the electric warmers normally use a light bulb of 35 watt. They are also outfitted with a dimmer control. Not only is the invention ingenious, but also safer. You only turn the warmer high for some minutes, and then you can turn it down to half. This keeps the scent constant and saves up the oil. What appears to be “white smoke” is not really smoke, but vapor that is produced by the oil, which is totally normal. The vapor is due to the evaporation of the oil and it is what fragrances the whole house. Unlike candles, burning oils is not associated with black soot.

When the fragrances feels a little too strong, the best cause is to add some water continuously to the warmer then some drops of oil till the fragrance is comfortable enough.

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Jhones, Kathy "Home Fragrance- Scented Oils And Warmers." Home Fragrance- Scented Oils And Warmers. 21 Aug. 2010. uberarticles.com. 31 Jul 2014 <http://uberarticles.com/business/home-fragrance-scented-oils-and-warmers/>.

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