Candles can get expensive, and there can be a somewhat disturbing synthetic aroma that lingers in the air long after the it’s been blown out. If you’re ready to cut ties with your favorite candle (or just take a break and mix it up a bit), check out these six ways to use natural fall scents to get your home smelling wonderful. The best way to get your home smelling wonderful? Bake something with apples—specifically, this Brown Butter Apple Loaf.
Just because you have homemade candles doesn’t mean you have to put up with a less powerful scent throw. A candle’s scent throw is influenced by many factors, including the oil grade, the temperature during production, and how well the wax was blended.
Promising review: "This candle is my favorite and I constantly get compliments on it! The design is great and fits perfectly in a more contemporary home!" —KJPrice: $12.99 (available in three colors/scents)
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