- glass jars
Just experimenting with these at the moment. Found them to work really well in the 10cl tins. No good in 30cl glass jars, seem under wicked but they do also seem to burn on the hotter side so has resulted in discolouration of wax. Has a really lovely crackle
Like a few other comments on here, these are great BUT some more info would be good like adding a wick AND for a while i didn't know you had to take of the white sleeve ...Opps :)
I recently started to use the Wooden Wicks and find these round wicks the perfect addition to my candle range. Personally, I still add a very think cotton world wick to the 20cl candle with the wooden wick placed over the top. This is just personal preference and I find it gives a better burn and crackle effect but everyone is different in how they want to use these wicks which makes us candle makers unique. We all have our own way of using the items in our candles. My customers love them so much do I have just ordered another 50
Very easy to use. Did not need a cotton wick, used it by itself. You pinch the bottom of the tube wick and slide it into the standard wood sustainer. I used in 30cl jars, using Nature C6 at 8-10% with my essential oil blends. It makes a proper wood fire sound that is amazing and is super cosy for winter nights. Highly recommended.
Good to use, found using a thin wick with them gives a better burn.