The week was Fire Prevention week. Make sure you have batteries in all your smoke detectors and they are in good working condition. I know we replaced a couple in our home. Make sure you go over with your children what to do when a fire breaks out. Make sure everyone has 2 ways to get out of the house. Have 2 Ways Out is this years NFPA theme.
I love candles but one reason I don't burn them as much anymore is I am afraid of my son knocking them over. I know your thinking "then keep them up high" my response to that is simple. Why have them up so high I can enjoy them and I get a kink in my neck from looking at it. I love how a lit candle sparkles in the dark. Candle Warmers, Etc is the answer.
Remember fire prevention is acknowledged one week of the year but we need to keep these all in mind the other 51 weeks.
I was thrilled to work again with Candle Warmers Etc on this fire prevention week. If you missed my previous review please check it out.
Candle Warmers Etc is the safe way to burn scented wax and candles. Everything is electric. From plug in warmers to elegant lamps, you can feel safe using them with your children around. I love their warmers. Their high smelling scents are really awesome too. They seem to least forever which I love.
Candles Warmers Etc sent me two of their seasonal wax melt warmers, Jack O Lantern and Snowman. These are so darn cute too. I also received two seasonal wax scents, Christmas Day and Pumpkin Pie. The Christmas Day is a nice scent of cinnamon and nutmeg. It made my house smell fantastic. The pumpkin pie is just that.. smells just like a fresh baked pie. Can't go wrong with either scents for any holiday.
I am going to give one lucky reader the Jack O Lantern warmer melt and the pumpkin pie wax melts. Even with Halloween over, this will make a great warmer for Autumn. Ends 10/27 US Residents Only.
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