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ScentSationals Edison Wax Warmer Review

I’ll admit I get a little nervous when I invite people over. You see, we own a dog and two cats, all of which spend a lot of time indoors. I don’t notice any pet-like scents in our house, but I’m sure I’m used to the way my animals smell.

I often wonder if visitors who don’t own pets notice a doggy-like smell to our house, though.

Enter ScentSationals Edison Wax Warmers. Walmart sent me a sample of these classy looking wax warmers, along with several ScentSationals wax cubes, to try out in my home. I thought this might be a great solution to my “animal scent” paranoia.

ScentSationals Edison Wax Warmer Review

Inspired by Thomas Edison, the inventor of the lightbulb, ScentSationals Edison Wax Warmers have a vintage look that shows off the filament in an old fashioned 40 watt light bulb.

With ten designs to choose from, these functional and attractive wax warmers add a nice ambience to any room.

ScentSationals Edison Wax Warmers are available at Walmart for $19.88.

ScentSationals wax cubes are available in a wide variety of scents, too, so there’s something to please everyone.

Edison Wax Warmer Review

My Thoughts on ScentSationals Edison Wax Warmers

I received the Edison Melody wax warmer to review. I loved the design as soon as I opened the box. In fact, I think it looks better in person than it does in the stock photo on The rubbed oil finish goes well with the rest of my living room decor, so I placed it on our living room bookshelf.

The Melody Wax Warmer melted the ScentSational brand wax cube fairly quickly and filled the main part of my home with a wonderful Papagayo Beach scent. (The beachy scents are my favorites.) My living room is open to the kitchen, dining room, and office, and the scent was enough to fill each of those rooms.

The wax warmer itself looked very attractive on my bookshelf, adding just a little light to an area that usually doesn’t get much. It’s a great accent piece!

Cleaning the Edison Wax Warmer was fairly easy, too. I just poured the melted wax back into the original ScentSationals wax container and wiped the bowl down with a paper towel.

Overall, I really like the Edison Melody Wax Warmer. It’s attractive enough to display in my living room, and it works well enough that the scent I choose permeates all the main living areas of my house. Add the fact that it’s inexpensive, and I may just buy another for my bedroom! Perhaps this cute birdcage wax warmer?


  • Julieanne

    I really do like the look of your new wax warmer! :) My favorites are the baking scents, like chocolate and vanilla, or sugar cookie. Yum! Unfortunately, due to allergies, we had to stop using everything “scented” unless it was actual essential oils or real foods scenting our homes. My brother gave me a miniature crockpot for Christmas years ago when I was in college, so I put cloves, cinnamon sticks, and lemon peels in that with warm water for a wonderful scent that lasts for several days before needing refilling. :) I have all this wonderful scented wax that we rarely use anymore, so two people in our home can breathe more easily. I’m looking into getting an essential oil diffuser, actually, because that will promote great lung health instead of harming it like many artificial scents do.

    I’ve never noticed your home smelling like “dog” or “cat”. And believe me, I’d definitely notice the dog smell if your home had it. :)

    • Lynnae McCoy

      Whew! It’s good to know my house smells OK!

      It’s funny how different people handle different scents. I hate the baking scents, because they’re too sickeningly sweet for me. I like the beachy scents, because they tend to be lighter. If anything is too strong, Hannah and I both complain.

      Love the crockpot idea! And I’ve also been looking at oil diffusers. But I really do like the look of this wax warmer, too. Aaaah. So many gadgets, so little time.