- Top Quality. Our Company Niche is Lamp Oil, Oil Lamps, Lanterns and Candles. This is what we do!
- The Material is Cotton. 2.6mm = 1/10 of an inch. These wicks are intended for oil candles. They are not intended for tiki torches.
- Round Cotton Replacement Wicks for Oil Lamps, Lanterns and Candles. 5 Ft. long. This 2.6mm wick is used in all Firefly Oil Lamps with the exclusion of the Pillar Candles which use the 3.6mm Wick.
Tips for burning oil lamps, December 18, 2015
Five Stars, January 8, 2015
After great difficulties inserting this thing into the glass tube, June 6, 2016
well, I don't think it works for me. I used it to replace a very old wick in a small candle oil. After great difficulties inserting this thing into the glass tube, as I lit the wick it totaly burnt fast like it went through a cotton thread. Unfortunately, I have cut parts of it so I probably...
Photo Misleading, January 3, 2014
I anticipated there being 2 wicks/adapter in this package - like the photo shows. Unfortunately, this is not the case, only 1 wick and glass adapter per package. They are the standard replacements for the candles I am redoing, and will do the job. Be advised, that you will get 1 per package and the...
Disappointed and Duped@, June 30, 2014
Two Stars, November 23, 2014
- Each long:1.34Feet(About 41cm)
These are perfect, you could also make a candle out of ..., January 3, 2015
Great quality. Excellent deal., June 1, 2015
These are excellent wicks. I originally purchased these (http://www.amazon.com/Oenophilia-Afterglow-Bottle-Wicks-Beige/dp/B002E39M0A/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1433197853&sr=8-1&keywords=wine+bottle+candle) wine bottle wicks. While the marble holders are great, the wicks in these things were very...
Not for citronella lamps, July 10, 2015
- 50 pack
- 0.7/8 diameter
- Floating Wicks
Oil Lamp Wick Trimming
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The Matchbox Macro Collection. I collected 63 tiny objects and put them all in a matchbox. This is one of them. I have little plastic 'flowers' into which you put a wick and float in water with oil on top - and...
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Did you know you can make a candle out of clementine? The wick is the core; a little cooking oil and voila!
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