Okay so I still love these jars, I just need to take back what I said about wick testing! CD4 works great with 464 in this jar and I've had nothing but wonderful words from my customers who have bought this size from me. Despite its little size, they still pack a strong punch and they are a hit. This size is perfect for stocking stuffers or for customers who don't want to commit to larger candles.
As of 07/16/2021:This version of Small Straight Sided Jars (Threaded) was discontinued due to supply issues. An identical container from a new manufacturer is now available.
This version of Small Straight Sided Jars (Threaded) was discontinued due to supply issues. An identical container from a new manufacturer is now available.
This jar has a fresh, streamlined look that translates well to a variety of different branding aesthetics. The small size makes for appealing testers and scent samples.
Tops are sold separately.
The Small Straight Sided Jar (Threaded) works with any of the 58-400 Threaded Lids:
58-400 Black Plastic Threaded Lid
58-400 White Plastic Threaded Lid
58-400 Black Threaded Lid
58-400 Gold Threaded Lid
58-400 Silver Threaded Lid
How much wax will it hold?
Wax Weight (to Fill Line) - 3.6 oz.
Volume (to Overflow) - 4.6 fl. oz.
Looking for a wick suggestion?
GB 464 - CD 4
IGI 4630 - LX 12
IGI 6006 - ECO 1
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.
Check out our wholesale page for more information on ordering candle supplies in bulk or by the pallet.
Made in the USA
|Max Labeling Area||7.375" x 1.75"|
|Prop 65 Warning Required||No|
I absolutely love my jars! I chose the black lids to go with them and I'm so happy with my purchase!! None of my jars came broken. Shipping was just as I expected . Will be ordering more!!
These little candle jars are awesome, especially for those who don't want to commit to a larger, more expensive candle. However, be sure to run burn tests using multiple wicks. I've done several burn tests using GB 464 wax at a 9% fragrance load using the CD4 (suggested on this page for 464 users) and the ECO4 (suggested using the wick guide). I have noticed in every 4-hour run, the CD4 wick GREATLY underperforms. The ECO4 wick burns so much better, you reach a full melt pool within an hour and a half after lighting, and you aren't left with any left over wax on the side of the jar. On the other hand, the CD4 flame is barely there and I can't even reach a full melt pool in the first three hours of the burn. TL;DR, if you're using GB 464 with these jars, try out ECO4 before you try out CD4.
they look elegant with the black lid