How To Use A Bath & Body Works Wallflower Plug!

I just got the new Bath & Body Works Nautical Lantern Wallflowers Plug that we got for free with purchase. It also came with a Linen & Lavender Wallflower refill.

I really like the Wallflowers but if you’re new to these plugs there can be a bit of a learning curve — at least there was for me. The first time I used one it was upside down! : )

Before you start you’re going to want to do is remove all of the packaging from your Wallflower Plug and Wallflower including the plastic plug cover. They wrap these suckers really good. There are instructions but they are super tiny and hard to read.

Here’s how you use a Bath & Body Works Wallflower Plug and my demo of the Nautical Lantern Wallflower plug. That’s my toad from Michael’s too in the video!

First up you’re going to remove the plastic cap from the Wallflower plug (see above).
Now grab the Wallflower refill bottle and remove the black plastic cap. Now we all learned in school (righty tighty lefty loosy) BUT with a Wallflower it’s the opposite. To loosen the cap you turn it to the right. There is an arrow on top.
Now it’s time to push the “wick” up into the Wallflowers Plug. Insert the wick in the hole and and then turn “left” to tighten, again this is a bit backwards. Make sure that your Wallflower refill bottle is tight too.

Now that it’s assembled just plug it in. I use the bottom plug. The scent comes out of the top vent as it heats up and there is a really nice light.

It’s a good idea to read the Bath & Body works instructions too as they have a number to call it your Wallflower Plug malfunctions.

Check out my super cute Nautical Lantern Wallflower Plug Demo on YouTube too!

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