CandleScience 50 Piece Natural Candle Wick, Medium
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- Our wick is constructed from natural, flat, Cotton threads interwoven with Paper threads and contains no lead, zinc or other metals
- Use these wick with any of our candle tins, Jelly jars and mason jars
- All Candle Science candle wick comes coated with all natural wax and is 6 inches long
- Eco 10 series wick
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Our Candle Science natural candle wick is constructed from natural flat cotton threads interwoven with paper threads that produce a rigid structure for easy pouring. The consistent flame and slight curl of these wicks work well with natural waxes (such as Candle Science all natural soy candle wax) and ensures an even burn. All wick recommendations assume the use of Candle Science all natural soy candle wax. These recommendations are estimates only and should be used as a starting point to conduct your own burn tests. We can not guarantee that these wicks will work perfectly in your candles. Candle Science large candle tin [8 oz.] - Candle Science natural candle wick, large Candle Science small candle tin, [4 oz.] - Candle Science natural candle wick, small Candle Science Medium candle tin, [6 oz.] - Candle Science natural candle wick, Medium Candle Science jelly jar, 4 ounce size, - Candle Science natural candle wick, Medium Candle Science jelly jar, 8 ounce size, - Candle Science natural candle wick, Medium Candle Science square Mason jar, 8 ounce size, - Candle Science natural candle wick, large Candle Science label-ready square Mason jar, 8 ounce size, - Candle Science natural candle wick, large Candle Science classic tumbler jar - Candle Science natural candle wick, XL.
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1. Candle wick sizes do NOT go by the length of your container but by the diameter, people! As well as a number of other factors (amount of oil, type of wax etc).
2. You can literally cause an EXPLOSION or large fire if you just choose a random wick or don't at least somewhat choose a size in proportion to your container. (Using a XL size wick in a super thin jar for example is a no-no).
3. Candle wicks that are too "small" for your jar will tunnel or not burn cleanly aka you'll have a bunch of wax on the side of your container and your candle will not burn well. Candle wicks that are too "large" for your container will create soot, large flames, and will flicker rapidly (could crack the jar, catch on fire, explode, etc).(okay explosion is fairly rare but catching fire and cracking is seriously not rare. I've seen it happen dozens of times while running burn tests)
4. Unless you test out each type of candle you make with various wicks you will never get a perfect candle or wick. Candle makers test their oils and waxes dozens of times with different wicks before selling a candle. (And for you to leave a bad review because a large wick left soot in your small jar is just insulting to people who know what the heck they're talking about but I digress...)
That being said, I really enjoy Candle Science products. I own a business hand pouring my own candles and I've used them for ages. If you are new to candle making or you just want to try out a single candle check out their website for some info first. They even have a wick calculator so you can find out which wick is the best for your needs. They have tons of videos and instructions (plus the prices are a little better). There are also tons of other companies that make DIY videos and sell wicks and supplies (Candle soylutions, Bramble berry, California Candle Co.) Of course, buying on Amazon is always convenient. I usually turn to their Amazon listings if I need to make just a few products or if I have customers waiting for candles and I need my supplies urgently. Just spend five minutes doing some research from people who know what they're talking about and you should be good to go! It truly is fun and so wonderful to create your own candles just exercise some caution.
This was my first candle making experience and I was surprised at how easy it was! I will definitely be making more candles in the future.
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