daniela Posted March 21, 2010 Report Share Posted March 21, 2010 I've searched the forums, but didn't quite find the answer that I was looking for, but I'm curious as to what are the advantages of wicks that curl, like CDs, vs those that don't? Is it just a matter of self-trimming vs mushrooming? I've been using mostly CDs and flatbraids in my soy candles, and do the usual advice of twisting the wicks, turning the candles and fiddling with the wicks while burning in order to achieve an even MP, but was wondering does a straight burning wick need this kind of fuss to burn evenly? I know there is no one "perfect" wick out there, but opinions would be appreciated. - TIA Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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