Bronze Buddha Oil Burner

Bronze Buddha Oil Burner
 Bronze Buddha Oil BurnerBronze Buddha Oil Burner 
Our Price:  £16.99



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A beautifully designed oil burner with three meditating Buddhas supporting the oil dish, finished in an antique bronze effect. It can be used as an oil burner or it can be used as a wax melt burner (it is advisable to consider the size and depth of the bowl when adding wax to ensure it will not overrun the edges when melted). It would also make an attractive tealight holder if the glass dish is removed.

Place your favourite oils in the top and sit back and relax, enjoying the wonderful fragrance as it wafts around the room in this serene burner.

Size approximately: Height 10 cm, Width 15 cm, Depth 15 cm

Oil Burner suggestions for use:
We advise that you suitably protect any furniture that the oil burner is placed on. As with any burning product please use with caution.

To use the oil burner with oils, fill the bowl at the top of the burner with water and place a few drops of essential oils in the water, then place a lit tea light underneath the bowl. The water and oils evaporate as steam, letting the aroma of the essential oils fill the room.

Wax melts are another option, they are really easy to use - add an unscented tealight to your oil burner and pop your chosen wax in the bowl at the top, be careful not to overfill.

All burners should be set on a level , flame-resistant surface and should be cleaned before each use. Keep oil burners out of drafts.
Ensure that whilst heat is being applied from below, there is sufficient oil or wax in the glass dish at all times. Heating the bowl from below whilst there is no oil/wax in it could cause the bowl or dish to crack, as there is nothing absorbing the heat. Ensure that the wick on the tealight is kept trimmed and that the flame does not come into direct contact with the bottom of the bowl or dish. Never use sharp or metallic objects (such as knives) to remove used wax, as this could scratch or damage the bowl, and potentially weaken it's structure, risking breakage when next used. We recommend applying a small amount of heat to loosen any solidified wax, and then popping the wax block out of the bowl using gentle pressure and a soft cloth or tissue.

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