Scentsy Nightlight. FAQ for the Scentsy Nightlight Warmers

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Have you ever seen a Scentsy Nghtlight  Warmer now referred to as Nightlight Warmers? See our ENTIRE Nightlight Collection Online

Have you seen are new Black & White Nightlight Collection that comes out in our Fall/Winter Catalog September 1st? Do you know how to use your Scentsy Nightlight  Properly? Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered! Check out the new “Bloom” Scentsy Nightlight  below. It’s one of 4 Warmers in our Black & White Collection. It’s more sleek than are rounded Nightlights! Let us know what you think of it!

As Scentsy Consultant’s, we’ve had a lot of questions about how the Scentsy Nightlight In works.  Questions received are:

    • Is their something that you insert like the Glade Nightlights?
    • What Size Light Bulb for Scentsy Nightlight In
    • Do you use wax or something else?
    • How much wax do you put in it?  Will it hold a whole cube?
    • Do you have to replace the top when the scent is gone?
    • How do you get the wax out of the Nightlights if you can’t take the top off like with the Full Size Warmers?
    • What if my electrical plug is sideways or upside down…I can’t use the Scentsy Nightlight.
    • My light bulb burnt out but I can’t find a light bulb, anywhere, that fits in it.  Help!

Scentsy 15 Watt Plug-In Light Bulb

These are just some of the questions we’ve gotten and I’ve listed our answers below!

  1. No, there is nothing to insert, scent wise, ‘into’ the Scentsy Nightlight – it’s a warmer, not something that’s disposable.
  2. You use the same Candle Bar Wax that you use for our Full Size and Mid Size Warmers
  3. Yes, it will hold a whole cube but, I almost never put in a full one.  I usually put in a few chips or just a 1/4 of a cube because my Nightlights are usually in smaller rooms like bathrooms.
  4. When my scent has fully evaporated from the wax I turn off the Nightlight for 15 minutes and then use one of my Scentsy Spatulas, fingers or a knife to pop out the used wax and throw it away.  I never pull a nightlight out of the socket with warm wax in it as I ALWAYS spill it on myself and my counters.
  5. Our last house had sideways outlets in our kid”s bathroom. Nightlights have a unique base that can twist to fit in any sideways or upside down outlet!  Now, your Scentsy Nightlight can work in any space!
  6. For only $1.00 you can purchase a 15 Watt Light Bulb from any Independent Consultant locally or on the internet via our Online Stores!  As an example, to purchase a replacement Scentsy Light bulb you can go to our website at http://robinson.scentsy.us.  Then, click on the “Buy” tab at the top of the screen.  Scroll down the page and look on the left side of the screen for “Warmer Components” and select “Replacement Parts”.  This is where you’ll see the pictures of our 3 different sized light bulbs.  For the Nightlights, you’ll select the 15 Watt Light Bulb.

Just to show you how easy a Scentsy Nightlight is to use, You can watch this video of our 8yr old son Sam from YouTube, showing you how to put a Scentsy Nightlight together! The hardest part for him was getting the wax out of the container not assembling the Nightlight!

To Learn more about Scentsy and our Products, please feel free to visit our online website at www.TheSafestCandles.com, call or email us at 877-655-5496 / wickfree@gmail.com

2 Comments

  • Peggy Wilkinson

    What happens when all the wax melts in a nightlight nightlight?
    Does it have to be turned off if I leave the house?
    Thank you!

    • Admin

      Hi Peggy. Great question. The wax remains in the warmer until you decide to remove it. You can leave it in for a day or for months and it won’t harm your warmer at all. Warmers are just like a lamp. If you leave your lamp on at home you are fine to leave your warmers on when you leave. We leave ours on 24/7 and only turn them off when we go out of town. That’s it. Hope this helps.

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