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Top Of The Best Multiple Wick Candles Reviewed In 2018Last Updated January 1, 2019
№1 – Yankee Candle Large 2-Wick Tumbler Candle, Balsam & Cedar
№2 – NEST Fragrances 3-Wick Candle- Holiday 21.2 oz
№3 – NEST Fragrances 3-Wick Candle- Japanese Black Currant , 21.2 oz
Now, there’s no point buying a beautifully scented candle if the fun is going to be short lived – burn time is important. The longer your candle burns for the more bang for your buck you’ll get. All good things must come to an end, but you want to make sure you get value!
Burn time can be affected by the composition of wax, the wick, the quantity of other additives such as fragrance, scent holders, dyes and pigments, and the candle’s shape and size.
A poorly chosen, wonkily placed wick can give you an uneven burn and leave wax left over, while too many additives can clog the wick and leave you with a dim light that’ll fizzle out. Too many combustible additives will swiftly end your candle in a blaze of glory and can be dangerous.
Ideally you want a candle that will have a strong (but not too dangerous), enduring flame, with little soot and great smell, that burns evenly.
Happy Piranha’s large candles are 62mm High and 78mm in diameter and 175g in weight with an awesome 3hour average burn time. If you have a similar sized candle that burns for less time, something’s fishy.
Scent Throw and Capture
Scent is one of those things that’s relative to the individual. We all have smells we prefer and some people are more sensitive than others. That said, a candles scent throw (how far it disperses its smell) and its ability to maintain its scent over time are important.
If you want to know a little bit more about how your sense of smell works – we’ve written a guide.
Happy Piranha’s candles maintain their scent for the duration of their burn and smell great even if you haven’t lit them. They also come in a cosy tin to help preserve the scent for multiple uses.
Wax is a hotly debated topic in candle making and they all have their own pro’s and cons. The main waxes are made from palm oil, vegetable oil, mineral oil (paraffin),coconut oil, soy and beeswax. Soy wax is on trend right now as a ‘sustainable natural resource’ though don’t be mislead by simple environmental buzzwords. Make sure you do your research. We’ll post a blog on why we don’t use soy soon. In the meantime here’s a report by the WWF on some of its impacts.
At the end of the day it depends on what you’re wanting from a candle. Do you want good price, high performance, or ethics?
We think we’ve found our best current mix of all three at Happy Piranha with our blend of highly refined vegetable and mineral oil. It uses the waste from a local source to give high performance at a competitive price with a long lasting, low soot burn. Our candles are hand poured to ensure an even top, reduce air bubbles and add that extra care.
It’s important to remember that it’s not just the base material of the wax that matters. It’s where it comes from, how it’s got to where it is, how refined it is and the other ingredients that have to be added to it to improve its performance.
A study from the national candle makers association of America showed that in terms of burn quality, no one wax is superior. What’s important is to keep questioning things to find the best current option for you. If you really care, don’t just jump on the bandwagon.
Good candle makers will have their candles tested to measure their emissions, performance and quality. Not all candles burn equally and it’s those that put the effort into testing that have the evidence to be able to burn the best.
Happy Piranha are members of the British Candle Making Federation and have had our candles tested to ensure their emission and burn times are at a high standard.
Candles can vary greatly in price which is funny considering that on a basic level, the constituent ingredients are pretty similar. Have you ever seen one of those £300 ‘designer’ candles? All you’re paying for is the brand.
At the same time, don’t be beguiled by a bargain basement candle – you don’t want a dwindling, sooty burn.
Happy Piranha’s large scented candles are £8.2or three for £20. We challenge you to find a hand poured, hand labelled candle of the same quality for a similar price that also has original design, hand drawn artwork and similar burn quality, made at home in the UK.
Though smell is a central focus of a scented candle, why not buy one which looks great too? That way it’s an awesome item whether you’ve lit it or not. If our candle’s going to be sitting on your shelf for its 3hour burn time, it should look great while doing so!
There’s a million different scented candles on the market, all promoting the same thing, so why not pick something different?
All of our labels at Happy Piranha are original designs, drawn by hand and then individually computer animated. Our designs are inspired by the things we love, so they mean a lot to us. We’re not satisfied just sticking a name or a stock image on a tin. We want to make them something you’ll love, even after the wax is gone.
Basic Burn Test
Trim the wick to a length of ¼” (mm). If you are testing more than one wick, make sure the candles are clearly labeled.
Place the test candles on a clean, flat, heat-resistant surface about 3” to 6” (7.cm to 1cm) apart. Be sure to select a draft-free spot that is in full view of your workspace. Do not leave lit candles unattended.
Light the candles and record the time. It is critical to keep an eye on the candles while they are burning, especially when testing new wicks.
If testing pillar candles, allow them to burn for two hours then record the details of the melt pool and wick appearance. Ideally the melt pool will achieve the desired diameter by this point. If it hasn’t, the wick is most likely too small. Note any soot or mushrooming on the wick.
Allow the candle to burn for another four hours and record the details of the melt pool and wick again before gently blowing out the flame. At this point the melt pool of a well-wicked candle will have achieved the desired diameter and should be approximately ½” (1.cm) deep.
If the wick is mushrooming, the candle is sooting, or the melt pool is substantially deeper than ½” (1.cm), the wick is most likely too large.
Allow the candle to cool for at least five hours and repeat steps 4, 5, and until the candle is completely burned. The quality of burn will almost always change during the entire burning of the candle. Burn the entire candle before deciding on a wick.
Wax from different batches can vary a bit not only in color, but also in behavior. Once the correct wick size is determined, test subsequent batches of wax to make sure that the candle still burns the way it should and if not, make the appropriate changes to the wick size.
Why we love it
A fabulously crisp and spirited floral scent. Blanc is a beautiful blend with notes of pure white geranium and bright juniper berry – wonderfully fresh, carefree and modern.
Bigger than our signature candles, this 2-wick one is hand filled in the UK, using high quality refined mineral wax to achieve a clean and impressively long burn. It comes in a beautiful white gift box, making it a special treat or gift.
ZERO Animal Products!
Most relevant for vegan candle lovers, soy candles provide all the scent and warmth, without the use of any animal ingredients. While beeswax is a highly contested ingredient in the vegan community, very strict vegans tend to avoid it as procuring beeswax can disrupt a bee colony or cause harm to individual bees, even though the wax itself is not an animal ingredient.
With so many options for plant-based wax, including soy, the potential disruption to the bees is unnecessary, so very strict vegans (and those who simply are avoiding bee products) have plant-based waxes to choose from.
Plant-based and Natural
In addition to being vegan-friendly, soy wax is a green choice for homemade candles.
Soy wax is made from soybeans, a natural, renewable, and biodegradable crop grown in many regions by local farmers. Other wax options like paraffin are made from petroleum, a material that may contain carcinogens that might be released into the air during burn time.
A greener choice for the environment, purchasing soy wax is also supporting agriculture and farmers, instead of providing funds to producers of non-renewables.
Soy Candles Last Longer
When you pour the time and effort into making candles at home, you want to be sure they’ll last long enough to be worth the work. Choosing a soy wax means you won’t burn through your candles as quickly, as soy candles burn cooler and therefore generally last 30-50% longer than a paraffin candle.
Number of Candles
How many candles are you hoping to make from a single kit?
If you’re looking to have a rainy day activity on hand to do with your children, you’ll probably need fewer candles – and therefore fewer materials – than if you’re searching for a kit that will allow you to make lots of candles.
Remember that making more candles requires more ingredients and materials, so a kit that allows you to make many candles instead of reusing a few tins will cost considerably more than one that covers just the basics.
However, if you’re hoping to make lots of candles with your kit, purchasing one that includes enough for a large volume will ensure that you don’t run out of materials mid-project, and you can save yourself the hassle and downtime of buying more materials “a la carte.”
The color of a candle can complement the decor of a room, or give a hint about the scent of the candle – a red candle might signify apple, while a yellow candle is perfect for a bright lemon fragrance.
Like fragrance, most kits come with a sampling of many different colors. If you require a certain color, you may be able to make a special request to the makers of the kits or opt for a kit that includes a single color in it.
Pillar candles are a more discreet theatrical candle light that creates atmospheric light in churches, outdoors and inside your home. From a choice of 4cm, 5cm and 5cm with timer the massive collection of battery powered LED pillar candles can suit every venue. In a variety of colours, there’s definitely a colour for your mood or grab colour changing to enjoy them all.
The dancing flame collection brings cream LED pillar candles to life. With the flickering flame, mid melt wax finish and a wax coating, these candle are almost real. Compatible with a timer, set the candles to be flickering away when you arrive home.
We always have out of the ordinary items that widen eyes at their fashionable uniqueness that makes them the must-have item this season.
These floating LED tealights follow trend, bringing a spectacular candle light above water. Wonder how they work? That’s easy. With metal activation points on every tealight base, once they touch water, the LED light activates and your candles are lit.
These floating lights are a feature on their own and would make the ultimate table centre at weddings, anniversaries, and seasonal parties. Grab a fancy bowl, fill with water and allow the battery-operated tea lights to bring the centre piece to life.
We don’t stop at the water surface, we go underneath it too. Categorised under tealights, our submersible lights wont have the candle wick nor tealight shape. They do, however, bring a bright light in their small size.
Available in the original colours, white, amber and colour changing; these lights will bring a mesmerising show. Illuminating any under water feature you desire, their fully waterproof design allows them to sit under water all battery life. Set in manor house fountains at weddings or drop in water features at festivals and in your garden. You could even make the punch bowl glow too!
The traditional tapered pillar light is one seen still today, filling candelabras with a regal look. From ceilings, tables to floors, taper candles and their holders are set in and about the house in any place we can find.
Discover these multiple sets of stick candles, readily available is sets of and With some sets including a remote, ignite the battery operated tapers with ease.
Bring a realism of candle light with the wax finished taper church candles. Completing the look with a dripping wax affect, the illusion of burning flame candles will complete the room. Glowing LED amber light in churches, special venues or during festivals, the tall flameless candles can bring a warming happy atmosphere.
Trapped in a car
But these options aren’t available to people living in rented apartments and other housing situations, nor are they available to anyone stuck in an automobile on a snow-paralyzed road. If you’re trapped in your car, running the engine to generate heat is a bad idea for two reasons: one, even starting with a full tank you’ll run out of gas in a few hours, thus leaving you unable to move even when the road eventually clears; and two, if falling or drifting snow or ice blocks your car’s exhaust pipe, you and everyone else in the passenger compartment can quickly die of carbon monoxide poisoning.
Inside one emergency kit: box of wooden matches in waterproof wrapping, and resealable waterproof bag filled with metal-cup tea-light candles. (Staff photo)
Where do you find these items? Paper clips and sandwich bags are obvious. As for metal cans, if you’re a home-brewed coffee drinker who prefers one of the few remaining brands still sold in solid steel containers, your best bet is to save a few of those cans and their lids, after removing any plastic or paper outer labels.
But most coffee companies these days use plastic or metallic-colored cardboard containers – and not everybody drinks coffee anyway. So another possibility is those “gift tins” of the sort that originally come filled with fruitcakes, Danish butter cookies, and other food items traditionally given as gifts because nobody buys them for themselves.
If nobody inflicts such gifts on you, you can scrounge around and often find similar tins selling very inexpensively at thrift stores, flea markets, rummage sales and other secondhand-shopping places. Ideally, you want a metal container wide enough to burn anywhere from three to five tea light candles without them touching one another. A deep-sided container is preferable to a shallow one: if you have a choice between a tall, deep two-pound metal coffee can versus a wide, shallow two-pound metal cookie tin, go with the coffee can.
That said: if you have any such decorative cans or tins which you like for their own sake, because of their colorful painted patterns or possible antique/collectible value, do not use them as emergency space heaters, because there’s a very good chance the heat from the candles will warp or discolor the paint, or otherwise damage the tin’s appearance.
Tea light candles
Tea-light candles can be found anywhere candles are sold, from discount department stores to upscale specialty-candle shops. Obviously, if you’re using candles as an actual heat source, you’ll go through a lot of candles very quickly, and want to buy your fuel as cheaply as possible.
A tea light candle is like a votive candle, only considerably smaller. Tea lights are always sold in individual disposable cups, which are necessary because when the candles burn, the wax liquifies completely and will spill without the cup to hold it in place. Never try to burn a tea light (or a votive) candle unless it’s in a properly sized cup or holder.
The candle flames reflecting off the shiny insides of the cans completely overwhelmed my camera’s brightness function, but here’s two candle-powered space heaters in action. (Staff photo)
The most attractive, and generally most expensive, tea lights are sold in clear or colored glass cups. If you’re looking to buy decorative illumination, it’s easy to see why a glass candle holder is nicer than a cheap metal one. But glass is a poor conductor of heat, so even if you had the chance to buy glass-cup tea lights for the same price as metal-cup tea lights, for emergency-heating purposes you definitely want to stick with metal.
Once in awhile you’ll see tea lights sold in plastic cups – and then, a little while later, you’ll see that those plastic-cup tea lights have been recalled, because the whole point of tea light cups is that they’re supposed to be made of something that won’t melt or burn if it comes in contact with a candle-flame or hot liquid wax. Never buy plastic-cup tea light candles – not for emergency heat, not for decorative accent lighting, not for anything.
Warning: do NOT use antique or decorative tins like these, unless you’re prepared for the candle heat to completely ruin their designs. (Staff photo)
A typical tea light candle will burn for about four hours before running out of wax. I confirmed this multiple times during the winter of 2011, when I lived in Connecticut and half the state lost power for up to two weeks after a monster blizzard pounded the area. (I was relatively lucky, though; I only lost power for six days.)
I couldn’t afford to stay in a hotel for the duration and did not want to sleep in the emergency shelter the city set up in the middle-school gym. Luckily, I was able to get the temperature in my apartment up to 6degrees at night, even as outdoor temperatures dropped into the low 20s, by closing off the bedroom doors and burning anywhere from 30 to 50 candles at a time in the common areas, divided among a dozen or so empty coffee cans, gift tins and chafing trays strategically placed on appliances, counter tops and other fireproof surfaces around the apartment.
So tea light candles should be easy to find, especially if you buy them before you need them. Matches are even easier – although for emergency car heating kits, a box of wooden safety matches is better to have than a book of paper matches, because if your fingers are stiff and clumsy with cold, wooden matches are much easier to handle and light.
Car heating kit
Though a basic car heating kit can be made simply from matches, candles and a fireproof metal can to store and burn them in, you should also consider, at least during the winter months, keeping some other emergency cold supplies in your car — not just the ability to generate heat, but the even more vital ability for you and any passengers to retain your own body heat.
Even if space in your car is at a premium, you should be able to stash a bag containing some basic winter clothing accessories: for every passenger your car typically carries, you keep on hand one warm hat that can be pulled down low enough to completely cover the ears; a pair of insulated waterproof gloves or mittens; a pair of winter or ski socks, and a scarf long and wide enough to cover not just your neck, but also the bottom part of your face.
These items require very little space to store. If you have space, you should also consider keeping sweaters and blankets in your car — if you have to shelter there in below-freezing temperatures, a candle heater can help keep you warm, but it can’t do the job on its own.
How to Make Candles
As we’ve demonstrated, there are plenty of candle types that you can create in your own kitchen. Here, we’ll show you how to make a basic soy candle. You can take the same basic ingredients, tweak them slightly, and create your own customized recipe.
Prep Your Wax and Container
Now, let’s prep your materials to get your candle wax ready. Take your soy wax and put it into your double boiler on your kitchen stove to melt. Fill the bottom pot with water and the top with the soy wax and turn burner onto medium heat. Stir the wax with your spatula, making sure you break up any chunks.
While the wax is melting, take your wick and glue the end to the bottom of your glass container. Allow glue to dry, which will keep your wick in place as your pour your wax.
Customize Your Candle Mixture
Once your wax melts, take your preferred essential oil and stir into your mixture at a ratio of oz per pound of wax. If you’d like to change up the color of your candle wax, stir in chunks of non-toxic crayons.
Once your ingredients are melted and mixed, let it cool to 130-140 degrees Fahrenheit. Check the mixture with your thermometer to ensure it reaches the correct temperature.
Prep Your Pour
Now that your wax mixture is cooled to the correct temperature, it’s time to pour it into your jar. Hold the wick upright with one hand and pour the mixture out of the pan with the other. Fill up ¾ of the jar with the hot wax mixture.
To keep the wick upright, tie its end to the pen and set it across the opening of your jar.
Selling Your Homemade Candles Online
You’ve got the recipe for success — now it’s time to figure out how to sell your soy candles (or other homemade candles).
Like many business-to-consumer businesses, one of the most lucrative mediums to sell your products is online. You can use multiple digital platforms, like social media and your own ecommerce site, to reach potential customers around the world.
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While every digital medium won’t be a successful sales platform for every merchant, here are a few places entrepreneurs can try to help them get started.
Although the following list doesn’t cover every channel merchants can explore for their fledgeling business, these are some solid options to help you marketing your business online.
Instagram: Many lifestyle brands how found great success building a sizeable following on Instagram. Curate a feed of beautiful images related to your brand, stage photos of you candles to show off to customers, and reach a larger audience. You can also use Instagram to reach out to brand evangelists and provide a behind-the-scenes peek at how you make your candles.
Pinterest: Home décor is a major category for Pinterest users, and is one of the largests platforms customers use to find brands and products. So, it’s wise for homemade candle merchants to consider Pinterest as a pillar in their marketing strategy.
Snapchat: As another highly visual platform, Snapchat is another viable option for maker merchants. As one of the fastest-growing social media platforms with more than 200 million users, DIY hustlers can use the medium to market to an increasing audience.
Giveaways and Contests: As part of a social/content marketing strategy, you can use some of your merchandise as prizes in a series of giveaways and contests. Not only can these contests help you gain followers and build brand awareness, but you also have the opportunity to show off how well your products work.
Email Marketing: Deliver your message (as well as promos, discounts, and other brand news) right to your customers’ inboxes.
Selling Your Homemade Candles Offline
Although selling online is a viable avenue for merchants, don’t be afraid to try selling IRL.
Homemade candles are compact and travel well — which makes them ideal for selling on the go. Your sweet-smelling home decor items are ideal for displaying in market booths and pop-up shops and gives merchants the opportunity to get in-person feedback directly from potential customers.
Still not sold on selling in person? Going IRL for sales has a number of other benefits, including:
Getting direct feedback: If you’re eager to improve your products (or just dying to hear what customers think), selling in person is a great way to do it. Meet your target customers face-to-face, address their pain points, and get ideas for potential new products.
Discover wholesale opportunities: Ready to scale your business? Or looking to explore selling B2B? Markets and fairs are ideal events to meet wholesale buyers and establish a foundation for such a relationship.
Build your online following and email subscribers: Whether you’re aiming to grow your social audience or build your enewsletter list, use pop-up shops and markets to connect online. When visitors show up at your booth or shop, ask them to subscribe to your email list or follow your branded social channels for new products, discounts, and giveaways.
Networking and inspiration: Connecting with fellow makers and entrepreneurs is also a major part of the draw for festivals, markets, and fairs. Meeting other merchants can inspire you with new ideas and help you come up with new solutions to shared problems.
Although physical sales require different skills than sitting at your desk, a little know-how and the right tools can make it simpler to make sales on the go. Use a mobile point-of-sale system like Shopify POS to help you set up your shop or booth at your next flea and farmer’s market, craft fair, and/or maker fair, and keep transactions quick and simple.
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If you’re keen to sell your products in person, check out our guide to nailing the in-person selling experience.
HOW TO CHOOSE THE RIGHT AROMATHERAPY CANDLE FOR STRESS
The main difference between scented candles and legitimate aromatherapy candles is that aromatherapy candles use pricier essential oils wheras regular scented candles use cheaper fragrance oils. Inferior fragrance oils often contain synthetic ingredients wheras essential oils use natural plant essences and release a continous scent into the air, similar to that of a diffuser. When you breath in this vapor, it travels into your bloodstream which can result in various health benefits.
In general, aromatherapy candles are less toxic than regular scented candles and often include natural ingredients such as vegetable oil, soy or beeswax.
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The burn time on the candles vary quite a bit, look for this icon to find out!
Way Out West’s Aromatherapy Candles include a two pack of candles with the first one featuring Lavender/Eucalyptus and the second featuring Spearmint/Rosemary. These candles are made in America (for over 30 years) and both come in 8oz jars.
They are available in a variety of different scent combinations but this combination in particular is designed for stress relief. Support a small family business creating high quality candles. The candles burn quite evenly and don’t really smoke. I love that the packaging is whimsical and looks handmade.
The re-usable mason jars are great and they are eco-friendly and I love that it comes with an adorable heart shaped wick dipper which eliminates excess smoke when you are putting out the candle.They smell great and the scent lingers for hours after they are put out. The candles each burn about 40-4hours per candle.
Container candles are the most popular type of candle. For this kind, you’ll want to look for a single-pour or one-pour wax. These waxes are easy to use and will typically result in a smooth result, due to decreased shrinkage (which is why they are called single or one pour). Heat the wax to its recommended melting point, add a fragrance if you’d like, and you’re ready to pour! Usually, wax intended for container candles will be a bit softer to prevent shrinkage, which can have an undesirable effect on the aesthetic of your finished product. There are different options for container candle waxes; paraffin, palm, soy and beeswax are among them. Before pouring your candle, it is imperative that you have chosen a proper container; sticking with glass is usually the best bet to prevent unwanted container melting or burns.
Votive candles are also very popular. These candles are made in a mold; because of this, shrinkage is desirable to make them easier to remove. Depending on the wax you choose, you may be able to achieve the desired result with one pour, or you may need to pour multiple times depending on the amount of shrinkage. Popular votive candle waxes include paraffin, soy, beeswax, palm, and blends of each.
Paraffin wax is the by-product of the crude oil refinery process. It is refined through the hydrogenation process and is currently the most popular candle making wax. Paraffin wax is a budget-friendly option and offers a long range scent throw as well as easy dyeing that makes it very appealing to candle makers. Paraffin is a great wax to start out with because of its lower cost and ease of use.
Soy wax is made out of soy beans, specifically the oil of soybeans. This oil is extracted from the soybeans and then hydrogenated, which results in the conversion of some fatty acids in the oil from unsaturated to saturated. Soy is a renewable resource, and is very appealing to candle makers for its ability to be marketed as an eco-friendly option. Soy candles also burn longer and cleaner, making them appealing to consumers, too. It is a bit more expensive, and can be more challenging to scent; however, the benefits of a biodegradable and environmentally responsible product are worth the cost for a seasoned candlemaker.
Beeswax is on the pricier side of the wax price range, but has its own benefits for use. For example, beeswax candles have a noticeably longer burn time, and are one of the most natural waxes you can buy. Beeswax is also nontoxic and many candle makers claim that beeswax candles act as a sort of natural air cleaner. There are very few drawbacks to making and burning beeswax candles; typically, the expense of the wax is what drives candlemakers and buyers to less pricey options.
There are several additives that can help distinguish your candles from your competitor’s, while giving your buyers additional benefits and a quality product. Although not required, these additives can increase hardness or even promote the longevity of the finished product.
UV Stabilizers are used to stop candles from losing their color when exposed to sunlight (UV rays) or lighting such as fluorescent lights. Although a UV stabilizer won’t completely prevent color fade, it will significantly reduce it. These additives are also called UV Absorbent, UV Protectant and UV Inhibitors.
Step 1 // Prep your glasses. Clean your existing vessels and add a wick to the center of each glass. Push the wick through the metal bottom, securing it in place with the sticky wax.
Next, make a web with scotch tape to hold the wick in place. Feel free to add multiple wicks, depending on the size of your container.
Step 2 // Melt the wax and add fragrance. In a medium size saucepan, heat the wax flakes until they are completely smooth and the liquid looks pure and golden.
Once the liquid and fragrance are completely combined, pour the melted wax into a large glass measuring cup. This will make transferring the liquid to the vessels much easier!
Carefully fill each container with the citronella soy wax.
Step 3 // Allow the candles to cool completely. It’s important to leave the candles alone as they solidify! Resist the urge to move them, shake them, or touch them until they’re completely solid. Otherwise, you will end up with lumpy looking candles.
Step 4 // Trim the wicks. Once your candles are fully set up (approximately 4-hours), you can trim the wicks. I recommend cutting it just below the top of the container on a slight angle.
First of all thanks for reading my article to the end! I hope you find my reviews listed here useful and that it allows you to make a proper comparison of what is best to fit your needs and budget. Don’t be afraid to try more than one product if your first pick doesn’t do the trick.
Most important, have fun and choose your Multiple Wick Candles wisely! Good luck!
So, TOP3 of Multiple-Wick Candles
- №1 — Yankee Candle Large 2-Wick Tumbler Candle, Balsam & Cedar
- №2 — NEST Fragrances 3-Wick Candle- Holiday 21.2 oz
- №3 — NEST Fragrances 3-Wick Candle- Japanese Black Currant , 21.2 oz