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Candle Making Lessons: How To Wick A Pillar Mold To Make A Pillar Candle
Candle making is fun and easy, once you learn the basics. In this candle making tutorial, you will learn how to wick a pillar mold so you can make a pillar candle.
To wick the pillar mold, start by covering the top edge of the mold with small pieces of masking tape. Feed the wicking through the hole at bottom of mold leaving about one inch of wick. Coil the end of the wick. Roll the mold sealer into a ball and press it over the coiled wick to seal the bottom of the mold. Tie other end of the wick to a pencil and prop it across the top of the mold. Trim off excess wicking.
It is important that the wick is centered from top to bottom so you can safely burn your candle. It is also important to choose the right size wick for your candle. To determine the size of the wick for your candle, measure the diameter of your pillar mold. Then match that diameter with the wick packaging. The size of a wick refers to the diameter of the wick itself and how wide it will burn. It is important to choose a wick that will not burn too wide for the candle.
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