Wick Stickers (large)
Fast, affordable, and highly heat resistant, our wick stickers are the perfect way to secure your wicks.
The large size is perfect for our 3" and 6" wicks.
Wick stickers maintain a secure hold up to 180° F.
- Peel the tab from the paper and apply to the bottom of your wick assembly.
- Peel off the paper tab and press firmly to a clean dry surface.
Use Wick Stickums along with the EZ Wick Setter for perfectly centered and secure wicks.
Submitted On 2015-05-17 Mama
First time ever use this stickers, not satisfy. Did not seal real good, my wax start leaking out from the bottom of the mold. It causes my candle not to come out good. Waiste of money.
Submitted On 2015-05-08 Jeni
i luv this sticker :)
Submitted On 2015-04-02 Cyn Q
These are indeed easy to use and adhere really well. So well that they will be hard to remove if you want to recycle the container. The main reason I don't like these is because they are WAY too thick for most normal candle containers. They would work alright in large containers but leave way too much unused wax in any of the candles I normally make. A version with a lower profile would be much better. I use strong glue dots instead.
Submitted On 2015-03-06 Atelier Tara
I really love using the stickums. It makes candle making much more efficient. They stick well, even after pouring the wax. If you don't get the wick centered just right, they are a little tough to get off but not impossible. When I freeze the leftover candles to reuse the containers, they come off pretty easily but sometimes there's a little residue left over. A little soap and warm water takes care of that. I have re-ordered them and would definitely recommend to others.
Submitted On 2015-02-18 Allison Westbrook
I love these! You do need to push it on the bottom of the wick tab pretty well to ensure that it doesn't come off. It makes wicking my candles so much easier then using super glue and waiting for it to adhere... Try it with the e-z-wick setter and you wont be disappointed!
Submitted On 2015-02-02 Brandon
These little things are totally useless. They don't stick once you pour the wax, defeating the purpose of using them. Definitely going back to the glue-gun method.
Submitted On 2014-04-07 E.
While semi-convenient (you do need to turn your oven on or set these next to the stove to get the adhesive to stick), I personally don't like them too much and do not use them for what I'm making anymore. They raise the height of the tab and in some jars this doesn't work and or leaves way too much wax left over (tureen, jelly, and tealight). I tried these in status jars and it was acceptable, however I'm now finding they are kind of a pain to get off if you recycle jars for personal use... I am soaking what I couldn't get off by hand in 91% alcohol and hopefully it will loosen it enough to get off. The only time that I think I would use these is if I were in a power outage situation and couldn't use my hot glue. While it's messier it's a lot easier in my opinion, and it works just fine with the wick setter. Plus, with hot glue it's easier to re-center if you need to where as these guys do not move. Pros and cons. But I recommend skipping the stickums and going straight to a glue gun. (Also I find it takes around the same amount of time for glue vs. stickum. If anything the glue goes a little faster for me.)
Submitted On 2013-01-22 Lucy
I heat my jars in the oven during the cooler to cold weather and get great adhesion with the stickums..never a problem..best be sure you put the wick where you want it because it is there to stay....Thank you Candlescience!
Submitted On 2012-02-01 Jennie
These work really well and make life easier. Much quicker and less mess than hot glue. I was a little worried they would stick well enough, but I find I can pull my wicks tight even after pouring wax and they stay in place.
Submitted On 2011-07-20 Casey
I would recommend using these to put your wick in your glass jar before you start weighing the wax and making your candles, and then put on the wick bar or popsicle stick right before you pour. Otherwise, the stickum will start to peel off the bottom of the jar when lightly pulled at all.