By Helen from U.K
I use packing twine for wicks and it works well for me. It's that dry, rough kind of twine, as opposed a ball of soft polyester string.
Many thanks for the replies to my question about candle wicks. I will have a look on the net as suggested. x
You might be able to find it on line otherwise I wonder if butcher's twine would work. You can buy that in any grocery store.
You can even get paper core wicks from them. Since 1999
Lone Star Candle Supply, Inc.
5800 Park Vista Circle
Keller, TX 76248
P: (817) 741-0876
F: (817) 741-0879
T: (800) WAX-WICK Good luck.
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