CD 16 6" Pretabbed Candle Wicks
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About the CD Series
CD (Stabilo) wick is a flat braided cotton wick with paper threads woven into the cotton. The reinforced construction of the wick is designed to ensure a consistent burn with higher fragrance loads, especially with softer, more viscous natural waxes. The superior rigidity of CD wick allows the wick to stand up straighter for easier pours and keeps the wick upright in a deep melt pool. Note: Any carbon buildup should be removed once the wick is extinguished. CD wicks are lead and zinc free.
For help choosing the right wick for your candle, visit our wick guide.

Properties

Length 6"
Tab Size 20 x 6 mm
Wax Coating Natural
Prop 65 Warning Required No

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(based upon 3 reviews)

Works Well!

I have run so many tests on CD 10-18 with jars with 3.2" diameter openings and ranging from 9-12 oz. These for some reason always come out on top with a nice even covered melt pool with no soot visible soot coming from the wick after 2 hours. After my maximum of 4 hours there is minimal if no soot on the rim of the jar and the melt pool is perfectly across and about 1/4 inch deep. I use a soy wax that can hold about 10-12% and usually average at 11%. This wick works great for my size and volume jars.

Jared Overstreet

Did not create a full melt pool

I used an 8oz straight sided jar. A fragrance load of about 6%. After about 3hrs my melt pool did not reach the edge of the rim. Close, but still not where it should be. I previously tested the CD 18s and they were too hot, causing black soot and a out of control flame. So going up a wick doesn't seem like an option. Any suggestions?

Anonymous

Did not create a full melt pool

I used an 8oz straight sided jar. A fragrance load of about 6%. After about 3hrs my melt pool did not reach the edge of the rim. Close, but still not where it should be. I previously tested the CD 18s and they were too hot, causing black soot and a out of control flame. So going up a wick doesn't seem like an option. Any suggestions?