Magic candle company
May 24, 2019 at 10:47 am #110600
I cannot recommend this company enough! The air fresheners and the candles are mind blowing at how well they invoke the memories of the rides.May 24, 2019 at 10:55 am #110601
i have to second this!! i have a bunch of wax melts from them and from what i’ve used they are phenomenal!! the norway one smells JUST LIKE the norway gift shop, it’s crazy! also the ice cream parlor one smells sooo yummy, like fresh waffle cones with vanilla ice creamDecember 30, 2020 at 5:55 pm #143787
Hey ya’ll hope this is the correct thread to post this: The box arrived from Magic Candle Co! Okay, Here is what we got from “Santa Wiener Dog”….3 candles: Polynesian, Haunted (but of course), African Lodge; the 4 pack of oils: Norway, Germany, Wilderness Campground, Wilderness Resort. and one Tiki Warmer. Now, a question for ya’ll! I don’t find any directions on how to use this type of oil in the warmer online or in the box. I filled the top of the tiki with warm water and plugged it in. i put 6 drops of Norway into the water. That was 15 minutes ago and no smell at all yet. I use 100% essential in a diffuser in my dining room; however, I’ve never used this kind of fragrance/E.O. blend in an electric warmer. Advice? typically I use about 10-12 drops of 100% essential oil in my diffuser and of course you begin to smell it immediately. Experience with the Magic Candle Co product? Maybe I need to double the drops?? P.S. After two hours I decided to double the drops to 12. Hmmmm?December 31, 2020 at 6:41 am #143790
Ive never used any of the oils, I would recommend contacting Magic Candle and asking them about it.January 15, 2021 at 9:48 am #144267
I wanted to post an update about using the Magic Candle Co essential oil/fragrance blends in their Tiki warmer. Although it is stated to be used as such on the website, the directions with the Tiki say (#14) not to place any water or oils in the Tiki dish. I left a review several days ago, as below. I hope this helps someone before they make the mistake that we did. Cheers!
“We bought this tiki warmer solely for heating the MCC fragrance oils. Purchased a 4-pack of oils and this warmer at Christmas, along with some candles. Our house is Hawaiiana/Enchanted Tiki Room and the warmer looks great.
It didn’t come with directions except basic operating instructions from the warmer manufacturer which state in #14 do not fill the dish with water, oil or anything other than wax. huh? I tried filling it like my 100% essential oil diffuser: water plus drops of the fragrance oil blend. But you couldn’t smell it until the lightbulb had evaporated all of the water off and just the oil drops were heating on the bottom. bummer. Tried different numbers of drops 5-15, no luck. Contacted customer service and they said to only apply the fragrance oil to the dish…just to cover the bottom. Okay. Scrubbed and dried the dish. Opened a new bottle of Wilderness Lodge. Poured enough to cover the bottom, but this left only 13 drops in the bottle! So just added the rest. An entire bottle, minus those 13 to cover the bottom. Turned it on. Within a short amount of time, the entire house was filled. Two stories of house. All rooms. Very overpowering. Turned on ceiling fans (we have vaulted ceiling). We went for a half hour walk. Returned to the house and had to shut the tiki warmer off (after about 45 minutes). It was difficult to be in the house and I was worried about our dog breathing it, two rooms away. The smell lasted in the house through the next day. But it was so strong it was not pleasing. Very perfume-y. Let it sit there off, for 4 days. Now we haven’t been enjoying the tiki light ambiance. This morning I turned it back on while cooking chili and cornbread (powerful food smells). In 15-20 minutes the house was again overpowered. You couldn’t smell anything in the kitchen. Turned the tiki warmer off. As someone who normally diffuses organic essential oils daily, I cannot recommend using oils in this tiki diffuser because it takes about whole bottle to cover bottom and it is very strong. If you owned a large business with high ceilings and a lot of square footage, it might be okay. If you have a lot of stink to cover, then perhaps. I already have a basic candle warmer I use for melting down the remaining wax of candles that I’ve been using for 12 years. But I guess I’ll have to consider using the tiki for this because now I’ve spent all the money on a warmer that cannot be used as intended. I’ll have to come up with something else to put my MCC fragrance oils on because I don’t want to waste them in the tiki warmer and then have them be so over powering we don’t enjoy them. And we want to enjoy them. Over and out.”
Update: Have only tried to turn the tiki “on” twice more for about 10-15 minutes, as there is still some oil remaining in the dish after a week of sitting there. Very overpowering.
Looking forward to trying the MCC candles we bought.January 15, 2021 at 12:05 pm #144286
@GrimGrinningGhosts I know absolutely nothing about essential oils but I’m sorry that didn’t work out I adore my MCC candles so I hope those are a win for you!
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