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 Candle Wick Chart

Candle Wick Chart

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Candle Wick Chart

These wick suggestions are for fragrance oils. Customers who use 100% essential oils will have to perform your own wick testing.  Here you will find the various types of wicks Natures Garden offers.  Use this guide when determining which wick to use for your projects. This guide should not be considered a substitute for testing. 
 
Zinc-core wicking Most popular wicking, Used in all applications
CD flat braided coreless wicking Almost self-trimming, Very popular in soy/veggie waxes
HTP all cotton braided Very popular wicking in soy/veggie waxes.
Hemp core wicking All natural, Hot burn, Very popular in soy/veggie waxes
Tea Lights 1 ¾” (44-20-18) zinc core wick
 
Votives & Containers with 1”-2” diameter
2 ½” (44-28-18) zinc
6” (44-28-18) zinc
6” (44-24-18) zinc
6” CD 5
HTP 31 (2.5”)
Hemp (838) 6”
 
Pillars & Containers with 2” – 3” diameter
Hemp (1400) 6”
6” (51-32-18) zinc
6” (44-28-18) zinc
HTP 52 (4”)
HTP 73 (6”)
6” CD 7
6” CD 10
 
Pillars & Containers with 3” -3.5” diameter
6” CD 12
6” Extra Large (62-52-18) zinc
Hemp (60048) 6”
HTP 73 (6”)
HTP 83 (6”)
 
Pillars & Containers with 3.5” or more diameter (larger diameter suggestions specified)
Hemp (60048) 6”
6” Extra Large (62-52-18) zinc
HTP 104 (6”) for 4” diameter candles
HTP 1212 (6”) for 4.5” diameter candles
CD 12 for 3.5” diameter candles, CD 14 for 4” diameter 
candles, CD 16 for 4.25” diameter candles, CD 18 for 4.5” 
diameter candles, CD 20 for 5” diameter candles, CD 22 for 
5.5” diameter candles. 
 
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