Wooden Wicks – Small
See Usage Reporting & Patent Requirements at the bottom of this product description.
*Tabs included (shown in picture 2 above - click see 1 more picture)
*Small wood wicks are shown in picture as the second wick (from the left). Picture shows entire wood wick series as left to right: Mini, Small, Medium, Large, X Large, XX Large.
Please Note: Effective 5/5/2017, the design of our wood wicks has changed. They are no longer treated with a burning agent and will burn slightly different than our previous wooden wicks that were treated with a burning agent. Our new wicks are also a single-ply wick with the same thickness as the previous two-ply wood wicks (0.04"). We chose the single-ply to maintain an all-natural wood wick. The new two-ply wood wicks are now made with an adhesive that, while non-toxic, does not qualify as all-natural. We also found the single-ply wicks to burn much better than the new two-ply wicks during our extensive testing.
Our new small wood wicks are now 6" in length, which is longer than our previous small wood wicks. This makes them suitable for taller containers or allows for cutting them in half to get two wicks for shorter containers.
Based on the new design, testing is recommended to determine the best size for a particular candle application. However, in our testing, going up 1/8" in size seemed to have a very similar burn as the previous treated wood wicks. It is also very important to keep the wicks trimmed to no more than 1/8" to 3/16" before lighting. Trimming them longer than this will prevent the wax from pulling up the wick and will cause the flame to burn out.
Wooden wicks are very easy to use and add unique appeal to candles. This is the perfect wooden wick complete with custom tabs. They are suitable to be used in paraffin, soy, or gel wax. Wooden wicks are known for their distinct ‘crackle’ or ‘sizzle’ sound when burning in finished candles.
Small wooden wick size: 6"L x 3/8"W
Small wooden wicks are generally recommended for small sized containers or tins. However, testing is recommended to achieve the desired burning characteristics. The type of wax used will impact the specific size needed for a particular candle.
Our wooden wicks give you the ultimate performance in an all-natural wooden wick. All wood used to manufacture our wooden wicks is purchased in the USA and only from mills that maintain an FSC certification and practice environmentally friendly forestry standards.
- Tab the wicks prior to placing in wax
- Melt wax, pour into container
- The amount of crackle directly relates may be impacted the amount of color and fragrance that is added to the candle. The best crackle may be produced with fragrance levels of 6% - 8%, but testing is recommended to achieve desired results
- Let wax start to get slushy (solidify on the bottom) and place the wooden wick(s) in the center of the wax
- Monitor periodically when cooling to ensure wooden wick(s) remained centered
- Allow finished candles to cure overnight before burning
- Trim wick to no more than 1/8" to 3/16” before lighting
IMPORTANT: Usage Reporting & Patent Requirements:
All users of these wooden wicks are required to label products with the wooden wick patent information as follows: "Pat. www.lumetique.com/patents"
The manufacturer requires distributors, such as ourselves - The Flaming Candle Company, to disclose customer information when purchases meet or exceed 1,000 wooden wick units at a time. Information disclosed to the manufacturer includes customer name and company name, if applicable. This is used for patent protection purposes and not marketing.
By purchasing our wooden wicks, you agree to the Usage Reporting & Patent Requirements.
Posted by Unknown on 8th Nov 2018
I usually purchase these same exact wicks from The Wooden Wick Co. (the supplier that makes these) and NEVER had an issue. However this year I have had several customers tell me their candles are flaming out! What an embrassment for me and my candle business. I'm having to TRIPLE wick these for a 2.5" jar, that's absurd!!!
Posted by Unknown on 28th Dec 2017
I am an experienced candle maker. I've been ordering wood wicks from the flaming candle for quite awhile. They always performed wonderfully. However these new wicks seem to contain a large number of defective wicks. Some perform great, others will not stay lit no matter what you do.