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Behind the scenes "Testing" edition.

Behind the scenes...

this is where I test every melt I make. My oddly jumbo livingroom (realtor photos, not my animals).  It sets a great standard for me.  It's vaulted ceilings, different airflow, and it fluctuates in temperature. Overall, it'd call it a worst case scenario room.

Over the last 14 months I've learned that what works for me is a standard set of rules.  I make every melt the same exact way.  The same fragrance percentage, same temperature the oils are added, and even down to the minutes I hand stir each pot. 

For this room, I use one electric or one tea warmer.  I start with one snap bar square. I use a high percentage of fragrance oil so often one square is fine.  It's been a while since I've done an endurance burn but last time I check some melts last 2 or 3 days, but honestly that's so subjective.  That relies more on the oil density and warmer than anything. 


I hope this look behind the scenes has been interesting ❤

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