We offer a variety of candle wicks from wooden, to cotton, to ECO and HTP series to provide you with optimum burn performance, and the look and feel you want for any candle.
ECO WicksCAD $3.45 – CAD $107.00 Select options
Spiral Wood WickCAD $15.65 – CAD $450.00 Select options
Wooden Wick W007CAD $7.30 – CAD $250.00 Select options
Cotton WicksCAD $1.95 – CAD $65.00 Select options
HTP WicksCAD $3.95 – CAD $20.95 Select options
S WickCAD $9.85 – CAD $78.20 Select options
Grid WickCAD $19.95 – CAD $79.95 Select options
Tealight WicksCAD $8.00 – CAD $35.00 Select options
Wooden Wick with BoosterCAD $9.00 – CAD $67.00 Select options
X WickCAD $6.00 – CAD $100.00 Select options
Give Your Candles the Flame they Deserve
Our wicks are primed, pre-tabbed and ready to go! Our Guide to Wicking will assist you in your selection of the appropriate wick for your wax type and vessel size. Your wick selection will also depend upon whether you are creating a single or multi-wick candle.
Note that our guide is intended to be used as a general reference tool and should not replace your own test burning! The addition of scent, colour, and additives to your wax will affect the way candles burn, and so testing is an essential part of creating your masterpiece.
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The Ultimate Guide to Candle Wicks: Find Your Perfect Match
Welcome to the ultimate guide to candle wicks, where we will be diving deep into everything you need to know about wicks for candle making. Choosing the right wick for your candle is crucial, as it can affect the burn time, fragrance throw, and overall performance of your candle. With so many options available, it can be overwhelming to know where to start. Fear not, as we will be breaking down the differences between wooden wicks, spiral wicks, x wicks, cotton wicks, and ECO wicks to help you find your perfect match.
Wooden wicks are becoming increasingly popular due to their unique crackling sound and aesthetic appeal. They are made from a strip of wood that is interwoven with a cotton or paper thread, which helps with the wick’s structural integrity. Wooden wicks are known for their larger flame size, making them ideal for larger candles or outdoor use. They also have a longer burn time and tend to produce less soot. However, wooden wicks can be more challenging to work with than traditional wicks, and you may need to adjust the wick size for different candle sizes or types of wax.
Spiral wicks are a newer type of wick that has a unique design. The wick is twisted and braided to create a spiral shape, which helps with even wax distribution and reduces the risk of tunneling. They are a good option for larger candles and container candles as they can hold their shape well. However, they are not as readily available as other wick types, and you may need to do some research to find them.
X wicks, also known as cross-woven wicks, are made from cotton and have a distinctive crisscross pattern. This pattern helps with wax distribution and reduces the risk of tunneling. X wicks are suitable for container candles and are often used in soy wax candles. They tend to produce a smaller flame than other wick types, which can be an advantage if you are looking for a subtle glow. However, the smaller flame can affect the fragrance throw, so it’s important to test the wick size and type to find the right match for your candle.
Cotton wicks are the most common type of wick used in candle making. They are made from natural cotton fibers and are suitable for most types of candles. They come in a range of sizes and styles, from flat braided wicks to square braided wicks. Cotton wicks tend to produce a steady flame and good wax distribution, making them a reliable option for candle making. However, they can produce more soot than other wick types, so it’s important to trim the wick regularly and use high-quality wax to reduce the risk of smoking.
ECO wicks are a newer type of wick that is made from natural flat cotton threads and paper threads. They are designed to be a more eco-friendly option for candle making as they do not contain any lead or zinc. ECO wicks tend to produce a small flame size and are often used in soy wax candles or smaller container candles. They are a good option if you are looking for a sustainable wick option, but it’s important to note that they may not be suitable for larger candles or wax types.
Choosing the right wick for your candle is an essential part of the candle-making process. Whether you are looking for a unique crackling sound with wooden wicks or a more eco-friendly option with ECO wicks, we got you covered at Candlehaven.ca. Happy Candle Making!