Reminds me of the Beach!
Very fresh, beachy smell. Unlike Sun and San, Beach Walk is a much more natural outdoorsy smell. It really does remind me of walking down a boardwalk on the beach.
The wax melts give off a stronger scent compared to the regular tarts, in my experience - they also seem to last longer, whereas I'm usually lucky to get even 8 hours of scent from a tart.
September 13, 2013
Jar Wax Melts Need to Become the Default Tart!
There's an old plastic bag full of tarts in my dining room cabinet, and a few stacks of them in the wicker basket beside my electric burner. I think they all still smell even though the oldest ones are many years old, and the scents all jumble together now...so I've never actually tossed any yet. New and larger "tarts" are created every time another jar/tumbler candle, or tea light, or other one leaves a significant amount of leftover wax after the wick runs out (which, sadly, is very often.)
Alas, I always wind up getting "just one or two more" because they're an inexpensive, non-space-consuming form in which to get a new fragrance. However, the popping the top off with a knife, unplugging and turning the burner upside-down in the freezer, scraping the wax that's stuck all over the lid and lips of the bowl, re-plugging and re-melting to get all those scraped flakes to melt back into the solid tart only to have the same thing happen again...can get a little bit annoying. I may feel slightly less bad about getting more tarts if all scents are from now on offered in this terrific little form, instead, however.
I didn't know whether or not to believe that they'd be as "quick and easy" as claimed, so I bought the Beach Walk one and popped the wee jar into the burner to test it out for myself--not much to lose. It fit perfectly. The scent it gives off is strong! Powerful! Room-filling! Better than most of my other, regular ones! My younger brother stepped into the house and said that it was a good thing it smelled like perfume in here, because there was something nasty in the garbage bin outside! Lol. I was very nicely whisked off to the boardwalk upon entering the dining room (my primary candle storage room.)
But after a few hours of enjoyable burning, of course, the real test came--I turned it off and let it solidify. Within minutes, I was able to pop the hardened tart out with minimal effort. It was amazing. Same thing happened after its second burn--not a bit left stuck inside, no difficulty whatsoever. I don't know what miracle formula you've devised, but that's how I wish tarts could have been all along! Excellent and highly recommended; hopefully most fragrances will be offered in this type of tart from here on out.
June 23, 2013