EZ Wick Setter (Single Wick) - CandleScience
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The EZ wick setter is the fastest and easiest way to wick your containers. Improve the appearance and safety of your candles by ensuring the wick is perfectly centered every time. A single candle maker using the EZ wick setter along with our Wick Stickums can easily wick dozens of containers an hour.

The EZ wick setter fits containers with an inside neck diameter of 1.75 to 3.10 inches.
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Overpriced piece of plastic

Doesn't work 100% well and is not what you think it is. In reality it is a metal rod with a flimsy piece of plastic secured on top.
Not really worth your money. You can make the same by yourself for a lot less.


No more guessing, very easy to use and well worth it

love it!

this thing is awesome.. I used to dread centering my wicks and it took forever.. this is such a time saver. I use it on pint and half pint mason jars.

Works great for us

We've been using this tool for a few years now and we've never had a problem. We've wicked literally thousands of jars with this very tool and it works just as well today as it did three years ago.


One of my biggest challenges with my candlemaking is getting a wick perfectly centered. I thought I had struck oil here, but its truly a piece of junk. The company that makes it offers to have you send it back to them to be adjusted, but the cost is yours at about half the price of the device. Truly, don't waste your money.

Very handy, not the best materials

This is a handy tool that's fairly simple to use, and makes centering your wicks in most containers very straightforward and a lot more precise than other methods.

However, it isn't particularly well made. After a few light uses (using barely any pressure, just enough to stick the wick sticker to the container) following the recommended instructions, the crimp that keeps the magnet in place became dislodged. I did get it tamped back down and the tool has worked since, but the construction method and quality of the materials used is lacking.

I also recommend using wicking that has some stability to it, as plain braided cotton can be a little tricky to get into the tube. Mine may just have a pit or a burr on the inside that catches the wick, but I tried different, sturdier wicks and it worked much better.

All in all, a handy, inexpensive tool for light use. My order also came with free wick stickers, and the shipping was quick, which I appreciated.