Wax burners should be tested with your own blend of wax melts before offering out to sale to customers. These have been tested with soy wax C3 extensively, the dish and top of the burner do get warm as with most burners, so you need to give the same safety recommendations to your customers regarding lighting time and having near drafts as you do your candles etc.
Please also remind customers of the dangers of tealights and leaving unattended as with any candle or naked flame.
SDS sheet for the raw materials of what the burner is made of is here http://www.specialplasters.co.uk/images/File/HSDS/HSD%20Herculite%202%20Plaster.pdf?phpMyAdmin=4aab4fd41499c29080ccce9f9b94af6f
Direction for Use
Place the wax melt burner on a level, flat, heat-resistant surface away from draughts, other heat sources and flammable objects. If used on a non-heat resistant surface damage may occur if the wax melt burner is used without a protective plate, tray or similar product.
Insert a tea-light in the bottom base of the wax melt burner.
The wax melt burner will become hot while in use, do not touch while in use, heated wax can cause burns. Allow the burner to cool completely before touching or moving.
Do not allow the pool of wax to completely evaporate so the top bowl becomes dry whilst a tea-light is still lit. This could cause the wax melt burner to scorch and (or) smoke.
Let the wax melt burner completely cool before re-use.
DO NOT APPLY EXCESSIVE PRESSURE WHEN CLEANING OR REMOVING WAX. THIS MAY CRACK AND DAMAGE THE DISH.
- DO NOT USE METAL OBJECTS TO CLEAN OUT THE WAX. DO NOT APPLY EXCESSIVE PRESSURE WHEN CLEANING OR REMOVING WAX. THIS MAY CRACK AND DAMAGE THE BURNER. DO NOT PLACE THE BURNER IN A FREEZER.
- WAX MELT BURNERS BECOME HOT DURING USE. ONLY USE ON A HEAT RESISTANT SURFACE. IF UNSURE USE A PROTECTIVE PLATE, TRAY OR SIMILAR PRODUCT.