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Our polycarbonate wax heaters are constructed of thermoplastic infused with metal plating. A thermoplastic is one that responds to heat, which is why it is called a thermoplastic.
Our wax pots vary in size from 5 lbs to 10 lbs, so every esthetician can choose the one that fits their needs. Instead of melting your wax directly into the pot, consider using a wax tin instead.
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It’s easier than ever to get everything you need for a waxing career. With our wax warmer kits, you’ll be able to save time and money.
Wax Wax’s wax warmers, heating devices, are ideal for estheticians providing hair removal services. Beauty salons and spas frequently use our wax machines to provide waxing services to their clients. With our wax pots, users can adjust the wax temperature to the desired level using the large melting pot and a temperature control dial. A timer is also included in our wax warmers, which allows the user to set the wax melting time.
Each and every one of our machines is built with durable materials that can withstand repeated use. They are also equipped with safety features such as automatic shut offs to prevent overheating and burns. The use of a professional wax warmer will result in a more consistent waxing experience.
It is necessary to maintain the wax’s temperature at the ideal level for hair removal in order to reduce discomfort for the client.
In a professional environment, wax warmers are an integral part of providing high-quality waxing services. They provide a convenient and effective way to melt wax for hair removal, and can enhance the overall experience of both provider and client.
The following safety measures should be followed when using your wax warmer:
- It is never a smart idea to submerge your wax warmer in water or any other electrical appliance.
- Before you use, before setting down, or before cleaning your wax warmer, always unplug the power supply.
- It is imperative that the device be kept on a stable surface at all times.
- Ensure the voltage of the electrical source and the wax warmer is compatible (1-10 Volts US).
- Pets and children should always be kept out of reach.
- Keep your fingers away from the device while it is on.
- Excellent customer service at Wax Wax can assist you if the appliance fails.
- For assistance, please contact the service team
- Keep away from water or other liquids, including the bathroom.
- UV rays and direct sunlight should not be allowed to reach your wax warmer.
- When removing aluminum tins or wax cans from the wax warmer, always unplug it first.
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What is the most effective way to clean my wax machine?
We recommend you use a wax tin as your warming unit. For future reference, do not melt wax directly inside the wax machine. If you have already committed the mistake, we suggest setting the warmer to the highest possible temperature. Scrape off as much wax as possible when the wax residue reaches a low viscosity level with the backside of a sponge. If you still have stubborn residue left inside your warmer, use a cleaning product such as “Goo Gone.”
What should I do if my wax machine stops working?
If your wax warmer is still under a 1-year warranty or an extended warranty we’ve made it easy for you to get back to your business. We will process a replacement of your wax machine within 3-5 business days upon receiving your faulty wax machine from customer service. Simply get in touch with us and request a return label.
When it comes to wax pots, what is the ideal temperature?
A wax pot’s ideal temperature will depend on which kind of wax you are working with. If you are using wax wax’s soft wax, keep the temperature in the mid-range until the wax reaches a low viscosity. Upon reaching a low viscosity, it is recommended to reduce the temperature until the wax has reached a honey-like state. For hard wax, you should set your wax pot to the highest setting until its viscosity has reached a syrupy state. When the hard wax has attained a low viscosity, you should lower the temperature to a mid-level setting until it has acquired a honey-like consistency.
Would it be okay to leave my wax warmer on overnight?
It is not a fire hazard to leave your wax warmer powered on for more than 8-12 hours. However, leaving it powered on overnight is not recommended.
Can you use your wax pots with both soft wax and hard wax?
A professional wax warmer is designed to meet the needs of estheticians. Our units can be used to warm both hard and soft waxes. Please note that different formulas have different melting points. Depending on the wax you are using, you will need to set different temperatures.