Remember that most fragrance oils and essential oils will release a stronger scent when heated, but don’t get them too hot or they’ll quickly lose their scent or smell scorched. They’re also very flammable, so do not use with a tealight warmer and never leave them unattended.
I am blending these with a special fixative so the scent will last longer and diffuse better.
WARNING: Concentrated fragrance oils may damage some types of surfaces and stain fabrics.
How to Use:
In tart warmers or oil diffusers: Start with half a dropper-full in the dish of your tart warmer, and add more to boost the fragrance until you reach the desired scent level.
To refresh Scent Sacks: Carefully pour the contents into a zip-close sandwich bag. Add 1 or 2 droppers (3-6 ml) of refresher oil. Close bag and shake & scrunch to distribute the oil. Let it sit until oil is absorbed (usually about 24 hours). Use a funnel to put the granules back into the cloth sack.
If you have a flat warmer, you can use Tart Warmer Oils with ForYourNose.com small aluminum tins.