Soapstone Oil Burner Ohm

13.95

Soapstone Oil Burner Ohm

The Soapstone Oil Burner Ohm is a lovely aromatic lamp made of polished black soapstone, heavy quality. Also, it is beautifully decorated with the Ohm symbol.

With one extendable site for an easy access to the candle.

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Soapstone Oil Burner Ohm

The Soapstone Oil Burner Ohm is a lovely aromatic lamp made of polished black soapstone, heavy quality. Also, it is beautifully decorated with the Ohm symbol.With one extendable site for an easy access to the candle.

Please click here to return to the category page.

Soapstone is relatively soft because of its high talc content, talc having a definitional value of 1 on the Mohs hardness scale. Softer grades may feel similar to soap when touched, hence the name. No fixed hardness is given for soapstone because the amount of talc it contains varies widely, from as little as 30% for architectural grades such as those used on countertops, to as much as 80% for carving grades.

Soapstone is easy to carve, it is also durable, heat-resistant and has a high heat storage capacity. It has therefore been used for cooking and heating equipment for thousands of years. As a result, it is a good material for oil burners.

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How to use an Oil Burner to diffuse essential oils

Burning essential oils is a low-tech and inexpensive way to add beautiful aromas to your home. However, not all oils are the same so you maust take care in choosing the oils to burn.. If used properly and safely, burning essential oils can help you create an aromatic and therapeutic environment

Essentail Oils are different to Fragrance Oils. Essential Oils have an aromatherapy benefit such a relaxing Lavender. However, Fragrane Oils have no theraputic value and are often artifically produced.

Position the Oil Burner on a stable platform making sure it will not get knocked over.

Add water to the top of the burner to fill the well. Then, add several drops of oil. The more oil you use, the stronger the fragrance though it will not necessarily last longer.

Insert a good quality tlight into the burner having lit it first.

That’s it!. Enjoy the beautiful fragrance.

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Soapstone Oil Burner Ohm

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