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Guest Candelishis

Nope. You're never safe to assume anything ;) You know the old saying. If the jar is bigger around, you'll need to wick up accordingly. Bigger jars need bigger wicks.

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The bigger jars are deeper. So the wicks that worked in the shorter jar MAY not work in the deeper jar. You do have a good starting point though. Start with what works in the shorter jar and make sure you test that deeper jar ALL the way to the bottom.

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Guest Candelishis

Oh, yeah, if your jar is the same diameter, you might be ok. I for some reason, made my own assumption :) that your 8 ouncers were smaller around than your 16 ouncers. My bad.

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