20 Pre Waxed Wicks For Candle Making Teacup / ...

Welcome to Randalls Candles (TM). 10, 20 or 60 Wickworx pre-waxed and tabbed candle wicks. LX18 for candles up to 75mm width. These wicks have been made especially to Randalls Candles (TM) specification. Perfect for Teacup Candles and medium container candles. Simply stick the wick to the bottom of your container, then hold the top in

Welcome to Randalls (TM). 10, 20 or 60 Wickworx pre-waxed and tabbed . LX18 for candles up to 75mm width. These have been made especially to Randalls Candles (TM) specification. Perfect for Candles and medium container candles. Simply stick the wick to the bottom of your container, then hold the top in the centre as you pour your wax. The wicks are long.,Our waxed wicks are manufactured to the highest quality. These are made using WEDO LX wicks which are designed to reduce carbon build up and smoking. They have a ‘self-trimming’ effect as they curl into the flame. We sell many different sizes of wick,if you are looking for something else such as wicks for votives please look at out other listings. If you are going to buy multiple items from us, the weight of all your items will arrive at the combined postage cost, so you get best value that way. We have in our shop most things you would want to make your own candles. We have some of the best value products on Amazon, and strive to source only the best quality. It is our policy to ensure our customers receive the best value possible. Thanks for visiting, we hope you see something you like. Please remember, we offer a no quibbles money back guarantee. If you are not satisfied with your purchase simply return it to us and we will refund both the purchase price plus the original postage costs.

Product Features

  • High quality wicks made in Germany
  • LX 22 for candles up to 85mm width
  • Designed to improve the burn characteristics of your candle
  • Ideal for teacup candles / Large candles

Comments

Steven! says:

Great value Product arrived quicker than promised. Great value for money. I had lots of bits of old candles that I didn’t want to go to waste. I broke the candles up and and melted in an old saucepan over another saucepan of hot water. I used a bit of the melted wax to stick the wick to the bottom of the pots and then filled. I used pegs to hold the wicks in place whilst they set. Have tested one of the candles out and the wick burnt well. Very pleased especially for the price.

Michael Hazley says:

I’ve Found a new Hobby. I love having candles on in the home. I absolutely hate when shops have an awfully designed glass so you’re left with untouchable wax in four corners or just tunnelling because they’re too wide? So I had the idea of melting all my excess candles and making new ones – where these come in.I got myself a small metal jug thing where I’d ut all my crushed wax of one flavour in and melt. Affix a wick to the bottom of a jam jar or glass yoghurt pot, then pour in the wax when it’s slightly…

Brenden Bourne says:

Sooty, smoky, short-lived, small-radius. These wicks are extremely sooty and have a small melt radius. As the radius means I have to use a smaller-diameter vessel to properly melt all the wax, the wick then deposits a bunch of soot around the inside when the flame’s down inside.The flame, which often produces visible trails of smoke, is also massive, despite not melting a large radius, and burns through wax too quickly.The wick itself is bent and flimsy at the base from being in the package while the rest is…

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