If you haven't seen them yet you really have to check them out. They are little squares of pressed wax that come in a variety of fragrances. You just pop them in an electric warmer and you get great fragrance that really lasts. Each wax melt last up to 12 hours and the fragrance lingers even after the warmer has been turned off. That means in a box of 8 squares you get up to 96 hours of fragrance!
I used to buy similar products from some of my friends who do those home candle businesses and the Glade Wax melts blows those others out of the water. Plus the Glade Wax Melts include 8 squares instead of 6 AND are a fraction of the price.
Another perk is that the Glade Wax Melts are made from pressed wax, unlike other melts that are made from poured wax. So the Glade melts are dry to the touch - no greasy oily feel like the poured wax type. Plus,the wax melts are individually formed so you don't have to fumble trying to break them apart. You know what a mess it can be to clean those little chunks of wax that inevitable crack off the block when you try to break a square. No need for any clean up with the Glad Wax Melts. Just take a square from the package, place it in the warmer and that's it. You have fantastic fragrance with almost no effort.
My husband has been fooled by them twice over the past couple of weeks. The other day he walked in and got all excited because he thought I was making cookies. I looked at him puzzled...then it hit me that I had a vanilla wax melt in the warmer. I thought that was awesome. I want guests to walk in to an inviting smell when they come into my home.
Be sure and grab the printable coupon for $1/2 Glade Wax Melts and head to Publix where you will find the Glade Wax Melts with all the other great Glade fragrances you know and love. You can choose from some great varieties that include:
- Apple Cinnamon
- Pure Vanilla Joy
- Hawaiian Breeze
- Clean Linen
Have you guys tried these yet? What are your favorite varieties? I can't decide if the Vanilla or the Hawaiian Breeze is my favorite.
This post is brought to you by the folks at SC Johnson. All comments and opinions are my own.