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ECO-6 6" Pre-Tabbed Wick

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  • Product Description

    ECO-6 6" Pre-Tabbed Wick

    ECO-6 wicks are coreless, cotton flat braid wick with paper filament throughout, providing increased rigidity and strength. Their self-trimming and clean burning characteristics minimize mushrooming, soot, and smoke. ECO wicks are suitable to be used in tealight, votive, pillar, and container candles. ECO wicks typically work best in soy waxes and lower melt point paraffin waxes.

    Our ECO-6 wicks are:

    • primed with a natural wax coating
    • 6" in length
    • pre-tabbed in a 20mm X 6mm tab

    The ECO-6 wick may be suitable for:

    • small (1-2") pillar candles
    • medium (2-3") pillar and container candles

    Note: We recommend testing new wick sizes when making any modifications to existing candle recipes or making new candles. Burning characteristics can be altered by changes in wax, fragrance oil, dye, and/or additives, which could result in a different optimal wick size for the same diameter candle.



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    1. Great Product! 5 Star Review

      Posted by on 3rd Sep 2019

      Absolutely love the way the wicks are packaged all nice and straight. Love the way the ECO wicks burn, gives a nice slow burn, and great scent throw, in all my wax blends. Definitely will purchase again!

    2. Easy to use 5 Star Review

      Posted by on 16th Jul 2019

      Just what I needed. Right fit for my containers.

    3. Great burning! 5 Star Review

      Posted by on 16th Mar 2017

      I use these for my jar 8oz. container and they burn perfectly!

    4. ecowicks 4 Star Review

      Posted by on 20th Dec 2014

      seem to burn nice work good for me

    5. Great for jelly jars 4 Star Review

      Posted by on 7th Feb 2014

      This wick works well for me with Golden 464 soy wax in a 8oz jelly jar. The only reason I have not given it 5 stars is occasionally I have to trim the wick a touch after burning as it can have a mushroom top. But certainly not a deterrent as it burns really nice in soy.