Wick Testing Soy Bliss / CB 2 & HTP Wicks
About HTP Wicks...
The HTP wick is flat braided in design, but with thin paper filaments intertwined. The result is a cleaner-burning, self-trimming wick with additional structural strength, controlled curling, and a hotter, more efficient flame. Combined with our high melt wax coating, the HTP wick is an excellent alternative in hard to burn application and is a good all-around choice for vegetable wax candles that require hotter burn conditions.
I'm using a 3-1/8" jar and the wicks I'm using are HTP 104 (single wick), and HTP 105 (single wick). I'm using our Napa Valley Sunset fragrance oil at 9% fragrance load. I will allow it to cure for 2 weeks before testing them. I will keep you updated! The other items I used when testing are the bowtie wick centering bars and our candle wick trimmers.
If you've found a combination that works for you, please feel free to share your results below.
|Wax Type||Vessel Size||Wicks||Fragrance Load||Results|
|Soy Bliss / CB2||3-1/8"||HTP 104||9% Napa Valley Sunset||I started testing these and I'm thinking I'll have to go up a size or double wick this size jar.|
|Soy Bliss / CB2||3-1/8"||HTP 105||9% Napa Valley Sunset||
I started testing these and I'm thinking I'll have to go up a size or double wick this size jar.