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Candle Wick ECO 12, 100mm, Pretabbed

Candle Wick ECO 12, 100mm, Pretabbed
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Candle Wick ECO 12, 100mm, Pretabbed
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  • Model: ECO12

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Wedo Eco Wick is a high quality lead and zinc free wick made in Germany. It is suitable for paraffin, soy and vegetable waxes whether with or without dye and/or fragrances. Pre-cut, pre-waxed with vegetable wax and are fitted with a 15 mm metal sustainer ready for placing into a heat resistant container. The wick is made of pure cotton and thin paper filaments interlaced for a more stable and consistent burn, it consists of specially treated paper threads providing a controlled curling of the wick. As the wick is self-trimming this means that there is a decrease in mushrooming (carbon build up) as well as smoke and soot. The wick is robust enough to deal with high concentrations of perfume and dye.

Wedo wicks combine the highest grade wick materials, state of the art braiding and spooling technology as well as tried, tested and approved chemical treatments to provide the cleanest and safest possible burn in the materials in question. The materials and processes also ensure consistent product quality from start to finish and from batch to batch. Wedo only manufactures wicks which fulfill the stringent requirements of the European quality seal RAL GZ 041. Wedo is certified according to EN ISO 9001:2008.

Length - 100mm
Tab Size - 15 x 3 mm
Wax Coating - Natural

Wick Size - Candle Diameter
ECO 0.5 - 40–49 mm
ECO 0.75 - 50–54 mm
ECO 1 - 55–59 mm
ECO 2 - 60–64 mm
ECO 4 - ca 65 mm
ECO 6 - 65-70 mm
ECO 8 - 65-70 mm
ECO 10 - ca 70 mm
ECO 12 - 70–75 mm
ECO 14 - 76–80 mm

This size chart is a rough guide - different waxes, fragrance and colours all effect the wicking of the candle. The candle diameters listed are suggestions based on standard results. They should be taken as a starting point for testing purposes only, as burning rates may well differ due to variations between different candle systems. Trial and error is the only way to ensure correct wicking.