quietgirl2004 Posted December 20, 2009 Report Share Posted December 20, 2009 (edited) Is there any way to figure out what kind of a wick is in a candle by looking at it? I seen a candle today (a 4oz container) with a wick that was so much smaller (Im talking tiny) in diameter and Im trying to figure out what it was. Ive used zinc, htp, lx, cotton but it was a lot smaller. I have never used paper, cd's or eco's and im wondering if its one of those.I would say the wick is about 1/16" diameter and it does have a small wire in it. Any idea? Also, ever have the sticker come off your bag of wicks and you have no idea what they were? Grr I wish there was a way to tell!! Edited December 20, 2009 by quietgirl2004 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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