Practice Candle-Sense, Go Flameless!

April 3, 2012 2:19 pm Published by 4 Comments

When decorating your home, candles are often one of the top suggestions for an inexpensive decor item. People are using candles more frequently for special occasions, mood-setters, and home decorative pieces. While candles are a great way to enhance your home or office space, open flames can be very dangerous. Each year an estimated 23,600 fires are caused by candles, which is why we suggest warming your favorite fragrance with a safe and practical candle warming appliance.

We’ve learned that life can throw anything your way and safety shouldn’t be put on the back burner. Candle Warmers Etc. was established on the principle of safe candle use. Founder Bart Kennington brought the first plate-style warmer to market in 2001 after a neighbor’s house was destroyed by a candle-sparked fire. This incident led Kennington to create a safer solution for candle lovers.

Thankfully you don’t have to compromise a great smelling home for your safety! Going Flameless with Candle Warmers, Etc. is a practical way to warm your favorite scents all while providing your home with a stylish decor piece.  Not to mention, you can make your candles last longer by warming the rest of that wax where the wick is unreachable.

Our “Practice Candle-sense, Go Flameless” public awareness initiative is aimed at increasing the consumer’s understanding for how to safely enjoy candles. “For example, a Candle Warmer Lamp heats the candle from the top to release the fragrance quickly,” said Candle Warmers Etc. President Chris Barnes.  “Without a flame, the customer benefits from the soft glow that’s cast from the lamp’s opalescent shade. It’s really the best of both worlds, and eliminates the worry altogether.”

Be proactive when it comes to your safety. Check out these great helpful tips and resources for practicing Candle-sense!

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