CDN-12 6" Pretabbed Wick
The CDN series features a flat braided cotton wick with a special paper filament to promote maximum and consistent capillary action while ensuring a wick trimming flame posture. The difference between Stabilo KST (CDN) Wick and Stabilo (CD) Wick is a subtle but vital one. The Stabilo KST (CDN) candle wick curls less while the Stabilo (CD) candle wick curls more. Overall, they tend to burn cooler than the CD wicks in most waxes. This helps when using softer waxes, like coconut blended waxes. CDN wicks will curl at approximately a 30-degree angle. The CD wicks curl to a 90-degree angle. The lesser angle or curl of the CDN wick means that your candles will have a smaller melt pool or base.
Our German made, USA assembled CDN 12 wicks are primed in a high melt point natural wax, are pre-cut to 6" lengths, and are tabbed using a 20mm round wick tab with a 6mm neck.
Note: We recommend testing new wick sizes when making any modifications to existing candle recipes or making new candles. Burning characteristics can be altered by changes in wax, fragrance oil, dye, and/or additives, which could result in a different optimal wick size for the same diameter candle.
CDN Wicks Rate of Consumption Chart (downloadable)
What is Yield?
Measured in yards of wick per pound in weight. The higher the yield, the smaller the wick and the flame and the resulting heat generated.
What is Rate of Consumption?
The ROC (rate of consumption) is the amount of wax consumed in ounces per hour in a standardized text. The rate may vary with different waxes. Test burning is always recommended to determine the proper wick for your wax formula and vessel.
These are SUGGESTIONS and your results may vary based on fragrances and fragrance % used. Please test everything fragrance/wax/jar combo you intent to carry in your inventory. Not every combo will wick the same- some will take smaller size wicks and other larger ones.
WICKING TIP: Coconut blended waxes are different than regular soy wax. There won't be a full melt pool until you get about half way down the jar. 100% soy has a "memory" and will tunnel, however, coconut blended waxes don't as much. Initially, there will be some "hang up" on the sides of the jar but as the wick burns, the sides of the jar heat up, and melt the rest of the wax.
|Coco Apricot/Ceda-Serica--->Wick Guide|
|Coco Soy/EC26--->Wick Guide|
|Coconut 83--->Wick Guide|
|Soy 10--->Wick Guide|
|Coconut 84x--->Wick Guide|