3-wick Tumbler Jar
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Out of stock. Estimated: East Coast 1/5, West Coast 1/5
Wholesale Pricing:
8-35 cases $10.83 $0.90 /pc
36-71 cases $10.55 $0.88 /pc
72+ $10.28 $0.86 /pc
Out of stock. Estimated: East Coast 1/5, West Coast 1/5
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Product Update: July 22, 2021

Our new 3-Wick Tumbler Jar is nearly identical to the original version, and still fits the Silver, Black, and Bronze 3-Wick Metal Flat Lids. 

Our 3-Wick Tumbler Jars are contemporary and versatile. The 4-inch diameter of the jar makes it a great size for a double, or triple-wicked candle, allowing for a stronger fragrance throw and radiant glow. These clear tumblers are made from blown glass forming a smooth and seamless finish. We recommend washing these jars prior to use. 

Tops are sold separately.
The 3-Wick Tumbler Jar works with the following tops:
Silver Metal Flat Lid (3-Wick)
Bronze Metal Flat Lid (3-Wick)
Black Metal Flat Lid (3-Wick)

How much wax will it hold?
Wax Weight (to fill line) - 17 oz (1lb 1oz)
Volume (to overflow) - 20.75 fl. oz

Looking for a wick suggestion?
GB 464 - CD 6 Triple Wicked
IGI 4630 - LX 14 Triple Wicked
IGI 6006 - CD 4 Triple Wicked
Check out our wick guide to see recommendations for other waxes! Our recommendations are estimates and should be used as a starting point for your own burn testing.

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Height 3.63 "
Outside Diameter 4"
Inside Diameter 3.8125"
Max Labeling Area 12.5" x 3"
Prop 65 Warning No


Average Rating:

(based upon 22 reviews)

Works Perfect for me

These work just as well as the past jars. I always wash every single candle jar anyways so the dirtiness is neither here nor there for me. I suggest others run them through dishwasher it’s much better for your candles. They fit the lids perfect and look amazing:) hoping we can just start keeping them in stock more:/

Jakie Owens


They are literally the worst jars I’ve ever used but I don’t have any other options for 3-wick. Ordered multiple boxes and they all showed up dirty, some of the jars were shatter. Now I waste so much time cleaning out each jar, on top of spending time to get the wick to stick to the bottom (i’ve used both stickers and hot glue and neither works well).

CandleScience Reply

Hi there! We're so sorry to hear you're running into some trouble with your stickers adhering to the tumblers. The residue found on these containers is a result of the manufacturing process, but the good news is that they are still safe to use for your candle making.

We do recommend washing these particular jars before use and have included a note in the details section above with this suggestion as well. However, there are few steps that can help when your wick won't adhere to the jar and we'd love to see how we can help. A member of our support team has reached out via email so we can assist further.

Love, Love, Love!!

I love the new jars! Yes, like everyone is saying...the jars do smell and they have a film on them, but that is an easy fix. I use alcohol wipes to clean my jars. On the plus, the alcohol also helps the wick adhere better to the jars so the wick does not dislodge. I haven't had any problems so far. I hope you guys never go out of stock. Thanks for working so hard to find a replacement!!

Natasha Baptiste

Recently ordered quite a few boxes to stock up for fall/winter season and I've noticed pretty much everything everyone else has mentioned (quite dirty, dirty smell, and a few did have tiny shards of glass in them), but none of them seemed to be cracked or broken. I've tested a few with a couple different scents and CD 4 works better than the suggested CD 6 wicks (using 464 wax). Once cleaned properly, they work just fine! Giving it a 4 just because of the extra cleaning it takes to get them to ready for pouring.


I'm not going to say anything new considering others are also confirming they have the same issues I do. I got a bunch of these several weeks ago to stock up for my fall collection and yes, they all have a weird dirty film on them. All of them do. I didn't get much of the stinkiness others were mentioning but I definitely had to do a quick wash of each jar before using. Luckily I don't use many at a time so cleaning wasn't an issue. Once they were cleaned, I did my typical quick spray of rubbing alcohol to help my wick stickers adhere better, wicked, poured, and labeled my jars. Honestly, once cleaned and made into a candle, they don't look any different from the original 3-wick jars and they wick the same.
I recently I've been using a 50/50 blend of 464/444 (to increase the melt point) and three CD4s. It burns beautifully. I only rated it 4/5 stars just because of the added clean up required to use.


2 wicks

Awesome jars! They’re perfect I love them.
I use soy wax 464– can someone tell me what 2 wicks to use for best hot throw? I don’t want to use 3 wicks, just 2. Not sure what to use .

CandleScience Reply

Hi There, We're so glad to hear you're enjoying your new 3-Wick Tumbler Jars! For wick recommendations, our wick guide is an excellent resource that will provide a suggestion based on your choices, with all of our recommendations coming from in-house testing. If you haven't had a chance to see it yet, you can view the wick guide by clicking here: www.candlescience.com/learning/wick-guide For this container using Golden Brands 464, we would recommend beginning testing with an ECO 10 double-wicked. You may need to adjust the wick size up or down from there, depending on the results of your burn tests, but two ECO 10 wicks should be a great place to start your testing! As always, if you have any questions or concerns as you test your candles, please don't hesitate to reach out to our Support team at support@candlescience.com. We're always happy to help!

Three Wick Jars

I am happy to have three wicks back, but the manufacturer needs to put better care into the final processes. My jars smelled horrible. I opened the box and from 10 feet away my husband asked what stunk so bad. There is a dirty, grimy film on all of the jars. I have bought many vessels from many suppliers (including candle science!) and have never had this problem. You do have to spend more money using up soap and water, so that sucks. After you get them cleaned, they perform very well.

Courtney G.

Lovely jars

Agree with the other reviewers, these came and I was shocked at the layer of dust/grime on them. I actually used my alcohol wipes that I use for cleaning my melting pitcher etc. to clean and that did the trick quite quickly/easily. For the price, I can't complain about a little dust though as these are a great value and very lovely! I'm working on my first set of triple wicked-triple layer candles and am know they're going to look really stunning in these containers!


I'm Glad to see 3 Wicks BACK!

Got mines yesterday.
The glasses came dirty but nothing a wet soapy shop paper towels(the blue ones)can't handle!

JourneyRaine Candles

Love them!!

I did get mine with the film on the glass but that’s why we have soap and water to wash them. No heavy lifting, and not even complaining about it!! I’m thankful that through everything going on right now that you all are working hard to support our small businesses!!! You guys rock! -Blackwood Candles and Company


I Love Them

Dirty or not, I DONT CARE! These jars do exactly what I need them to do. With a high demand in candle making supplies, I’ll take the extra time to hand wash and dry them. (I mean we should be sanitizing materials anyways).. I’m using Coconut soy wax and used a CD6 and so far so good.. I’m getting a beautiful HT with Pineapple and Sage! Keep them in stock CS!


Cleaned up just fine...

Yep, they are a lil dirty/smelly, but I always handwash the jars before use to ensure there is no box/shipping debris in the candle jars. These jars are have no issues, and are the same as Libbey. Thanks for coming thru on getting a replacement.


Yes they are dirty. BUT once they are cleaned and DRIED no issues they are less then $1 a piece and due to high demand I have no issues taking a few extra minutes to clean them. Placing 2nd order now.


Love the jars, but added work to clean the film and triple check wicks stick well

I've been anxiously waiting for 3-wick tumblers to come in so I can add them to my collection, and overall I am loving the size and lid fit. My only criticism is the same as other reviews left on here: the jars come filthy and require washing. Hand washing every jar is a huge time suck and I don't want to risk damaging them by putting them in the dishwasher (also - this is equally as inefficient as quantity increases). I had issues after washing with wicks not sticky tightly, despite putting some muscle into wicking each one. Once I got past that, the candle poured perfectly and looks fantastic - I just spent significantly more time on these than I do my standard tumblers! I think it'll be worth it - our customers have been begging for 3-wick, but hope that the quality issues can be resolved sometime in the future to make this a more seamless process!


Nice but…

Don’t get me wrong, I am VERY happy to have these replacement jar back in stock. They are the exact same size and previous lids fit well. However, these jars are NASTY! They stink, they are dirty and have a slick film on them. I’m not sure what the production process is in China, but they need to end it with a quick wash of these jars before packing them up for shipping. Gross.

Chattahoochee Candles
CandleScience Reply

Hi There, We're so glad to hear that our new 3-Wick Tumbler Jars are working well with your existing 3-Wick Metal Flat Lids! The residue or film you've found on these containers is a result of the new manufacturing process. We're happy to confirm, however, that the containers are still perfectly safe to use although we do recommend washing them with soap and water prior to use for the best performance.

Yay! But eh…

Glad to have these back finally but man are they gross. I have to run them through the dishwasher before even using them. The film on them is hard to get off.

CandleScience Reply

Hi There, We're so sorry to hear you've had some trouble cleaning your new 3-Wick Tumbler Jars! Handwashing with soap and water should remove any surface film that may be left over after manufacturing, but we have not tested washing these in a dishwasher instead. If you are finding the dishwasher isn't reaching all areas of the glassware, we would recommend handwashing these jars prior to use instead.


The new jars are very similar in size to Libbey and the lids for well. From there it's downhill. All of the cases I have opened so far have a funky smell and they are real dirty/cloudy looking. There a bunch of tiny shards of glass in the boxes. Even after cleaning them out I am having trouble with the wicks sticking. I poured a case today and had to replace every single jar because the wicks came loose once the wax was poured in. This was despite tugging to make sure they were secure before pouring and the handful of Libbey jars I had left and used did not have any trouble. It appears the bottom has a slight curve/bubble to it in the center and maybe that's not allowing the wick to get flush and stick? But this appears to be the only comparable option in size and style and I ordered an entire pallet so I'm going to be dealing with these for awhile. There's definitely a quality difference from the Libbey jars.

CandleScience Reply

Hi There, We're so sorry to hear that you've been having some trouble with your first batch of our new 3-Wick Tumbler Jars! While we can confirm that we recommend washing these containers prior to use, we can absolutely understand your concern if the boxes arrived with shards of broken glassware or if your wicks are struggling to adhere to the surface. A member of our Support team will be reaching out via email today to see how we can help with each of these issues. We look forward to speaking with you soon!

Very Nice!

These new 3-Wick jars are slightly taller than the previous jars from Libby and the glass has no tint, the Libby jars had a slight tint of blue. The new jars are also thicker but the same lids that fit the Libby jars fit these new ones nicely. A couple of things I noticed that I don't really care for was the smell that came out of all ten cases I ordered. The cases have a strong order that smells like formaldehyde and all the jars were cloudy with some kind of dirt or dust, at first I thought they were frosted. I ran one under water and it quickly cleared up. If purchasing these jars I definality recommend washing them out and then drying with a towel. The second thing I don't care for is the fact that these jars are made in China. The previous jars from Libby were made in the United States, I'd rather buy American any day of the week but at this point after waiting since December, 2020 for new jars I'm happy to get what I can. Thank you Candle Science for continuing to sell the 3-Wick tumble jars, much appreciated.

CandleScience Reply

We're so happy to hear that you're liking the new tumblers! We do recommend washing these jars prior to use so we're glad that hear that cleared them up for you.

Thank you for working so hard to find a replacement!! You guys are the best!!! My 3 wick candles are my best sellers!!! Only down fall the shipping cost from east coast to west coast is killing me!! But I know that's not your fault!! Thanks again


Nice but...

Glad these are finally back in stock and that I was able to grab some but I have to be honest and say that these are by far the dirtiest jars I have ever purchased! Not only are they dirty, full of glass debris and have a funky film on them, they also smell. I had to open the cases and let them sit outside for a day to air out.

Moonstruck Misfit

Happy Dance Time!!!’

I know a lot of us have been waiting for this replacement and these don’t disappoint! I actually think the glass is thicker than the previous one!! Get you a pallet if you can.



The NEW 3-Wick Tumblers are exactly the same as the previous! Not one single issue, and we purchase these by the pallet.