How do you make the best fragrance from scented Candles? First, note where the Candles are located. If the room is air conditioned or often open, these variables could affect the aroma from scented Candles. Trim the wick to below 0.5 cm or before lighting the Candle. This will create a stronger aroma without overpowering the room.
There are also many suggestions for wholesale candles. If you desire the smell of baked apple pie, bake the pie in an unburned frying pan for a more subtle scent (but no oil), let it cool and store in a sealed container. A more assertive version would be to use a soy based shortening, like Miss Universe Body Shop Special Edition, which has a similar smell to pie but a much less powerful one. You can also experiment with a wide range of scents such as pine, grapefruit, vanilla, citrus and floral.
The other possibility is to mix scented Candles with other things in your home. For instance, most people love the smell of freshly cleaned clothes. How about making a Candle scented with dry laundry for that fresh laundry smell in your living room? Just add a drop or two of white vinegar to the wash cycle. It will smell delicious and clean immediately. You could also place an aromatic spray bottle next to the toilet to mask toilet odors.
If you want your bathroom to smell fresh, then freshen up the bathroom by filling a small glass baking soda bottle with lemon or lime soda, adding a few drops of essential oil and spray it onto the tiniest of scented Candles. This will freshen them up enough to mask the smell of soap. This same idea works for freshening up your bedroom too.
Many people are now opting for scented Candles that come with a built in electric ignition source. These are made of soy wax and have an insert that melts and creates the heat that you see on the wax. They are safer to burn because there is no hot wax blowing everywhere. It is actually safer because there is less chance of burning something fragile in your home.
If you choose to use these scented Candles in your home, remember that you can mix your favorite aromas to create new smells, too. Just think about the many great smelling recipes you have stored away that do not have the burners to melt the wax. You can always add the ingredients to the Candle and turn it on, or you can melt some wax and pour it into a mold and let it set. You can even create new scents for your Candle by combining certain scents together and letting the melt wax combine with it.