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  1. #1
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    Default Beeswax Melter

    I've used my crockpot wax melter several times using it to make lavender, frankincense, and unscented candles. The last time I used it I made cinnamon scented candles. After cleaning it, the crockpot still smells like cinnamon and I can't get the smell out. Any idea how to get the order out?
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    Default Re: Beeswax Melter

    My local Habitat for Humanity resale store sells crockpots in the $5-$8 range. Perhaps a dedicated scented crockpot is in your future?
    Graham
    USDA Zone 7A Elevation 1400 ft

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