Marks & Spencer 75 Tealights Candle Pack Reviews
Product Type: Marks & Spencer household products
Newest Review: ... time I go to Ikea. Unfortunately last time I went I had a bit of a dumb moment and I thought that I had lots of tealights ... more
Customer Marks & Spencer 75 Tealights Candle Pack Reviews (2)
by - written on 26/09/12, updated on 26/09/12 (Very useful, 62 readings)
My husband would say that I'm obsessed with candles, and I guess that he's probably right. I always have candles lit up in the house every evening, and I go through vast quantities of them. I especially like using scented candles and tealights to fragrance the room. However I've found that this can work out to be very expensive as scented candles are more expensive than unscented candles. I've found that to keep the cost down if I use a mixture of scented candles and unscented candles then I get the best of both worlds, I get the scent and fragrance from the scented candles, and the warmth and glow from both the scented and the unscented candles. I especially ... Read the complete review
by - written on 29/10/11 (Very useful, 77 readings)
I always have a stock of tealights in my house, I use them for my oil burners and have a lot of decorative tealight holders which I like to have on in the evenings. I was recently wandering round Marks and Spencer and spotted their bags of Tealights. I know they are more expensive than the pound shops tealights which I often use but I wondered if they would be better quality than the cheap ones and burn better. I decided to try them. The tealights cost £4.00 for a bag of 75. They are sold in basic packaging, just a clear plastic bag which has a brown square on the front with 75 T-Lights written across it. The front of the bag also informs the customer that ... Read the complete review
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