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WOW Casey, those turned out awesome...where'd ya get thsose awesome tins (LMAO!) :yay: :yay:

Christina, I'm sure Casey will respond too, but yes, they do burn better IMO. I wick my Craker Jars that way (they are square). Your intent is to reach the widest part of your jar, and this allows you to reach those corners easier w/o having to use a honkin' wick.

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WOW Casey, those turned out awesome...where'd ya get thsose awesome tins (LMAO!) :yay: :yay:

Christina, I'm sure Casey will respond too, but yes, they do burn better IMO. I wick my Craker Jars that way (they are square). Your intent is to reach the widest part of your jar, and this allows you to reach those corners easier w/o having to use a honkin' wick.

LOL, Umm, this awesome chick from Vermont, actually:highfive: She even had my back when I ran out and needed some more!

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Casey, Very nice. Can I ask a question? Why do you have the wicks diagonal? Does it make them burn better? Never done it like that. Curious to know the difference

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Christina

Didn't occur to me to do it straight across, I guess. I'll just call it a design decision (ahem) LOL. Oh yeah, what Beth said, cover the distance. I like to start testing with small wicks, to try and minimize the heating up of the outside of the tin. So there's usually hang up for a bit but it catches up.

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