Need to clean your hard wax warmer? It can be done in 4 easy steps.
This is what you’ll need to get your hard wax warmer clean and looking like new:
- Hard Wax Warmer
- Paper towel
- Cotton rounds
Turn your hard wax warmer on high and let the remaining wax melt. Once the warmer is hot, you can start scooping out the remaining wax in your warmer using a paper towel saturated in alcohol.
BE CAREFUL as the warmer is HOT 🔥
When you’ve removed as much of the wax as you can with the paper towel, saturate the cotton rounds & scrub the warmer until it's free of wax residue.
I like to keep the warmer on high temp while I clean it, but if you don't feel comfortable doing that you can turn the heat down.
Remember the hotter the warmer, the easier the wax residue comes off.
Clean the outside of the warmer. I personally like to clean the outside of my wax warmers with Nova Wax Post-Wax Oil. Oil is not as harsh as alcohol and won't rub the ink off your warmer (the alcohol will remove the numbers/ font of your warmer!!) The oil gives your warmer a nice shine & removes wax strings/ residue.
The fourth and final step is to wipe the warmer down with a tissue removing any excess oil.
Hard Wax Warmer Maintenance TipsIn order to have your hard wax warmer perform its best here are some best practices you should be sure to follow.
- Do not leave it plugged in overnight or for long periods of time
- Do not turn the wax warmer on without wax in the pot
- Never submerge your hard wax warmer in water
- Clean your wax warmer regularly
And there you have it! This is a quick and effective way to keep your hard wax warmers clean and looking new for longer!
Watch the demo by Liz Lugo in the video below: