I'm already burning autumn and Halloween types of scents in my wax melters and candleholders. I love fall, so as soon as we have even one day that is chilly, I'm hauling out my fall scents and lighting them up.

I previously tried the Cashmere Woods scent, which I really like: www.bubblews.com/news/896646-glade-wax-melts-cashmere-woods-review

There are 8 little cubes of scented wax in each resealable pack. These are $2.98 at Wal Mart. Glade recommends melting just one at a time, but I have been melting wax and other scented products for two decades and know that it is just fine to melt two at a time if you want more scent. It isn't really necessary to melt two at a time because just one throws off plenty of scent. We have a small house and our entire home is filled with scent after about 45 minutes. These will do just fine in either an electric warmer or a warmer that is heated by a tealight. Glade has a warmer that they brought out especially for these melts but it's not necessary to use theirs. The scent of this really can be described as a "fall hayride". It's sort of a mixture of fall leaves, a bit of a burning leaves note (in a good way), and maybe a bit of a pumpkin spice note thrown in the mix. The scent is similar to Yankee Candle's Autumn Leaves but not an exact match. This scent is super nice and perfect for fall. For just under $3, you can get many uses from the 8 melts in the pack, as each one will definitely still be strong enough to use more than once. The Fall Hayride is definitely one of the strongest wax melt scents I have tried.

I also reviewed another Glade fall scent in the Scented Oil Candles, Toasted Marshmallow:
www.bubblews.com/news/904622-glade-scented-oil-candles-toasted-marshmallow-review

Note: The photos shown here are my own and were taken by me.

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