We make these Candle Toppers which add style & function! And all our Candle-Savers ™ and metal artwork products are Made in America with American-Made Steel! Penguins in a Circle is whimsical and beautiful; perfect for the holidays.
Set this topper on top of your jar candle after lighting it (but let cool before removing!). It helps your candle melt the wax all the way from side-to-side and top-to-bottom! And looks great, too!
It will also help even out those candles which already started to burn into a core down the wick. Remember, be sure to let it cool before removing it!!
We offer four standard diameters:
3.2″ Common/Traditional Single Wick Yankee Jar Style;
3.5″ Less Common Voluspa 16 Ounce Style;
4″ Very Common 3-Wick Style for Bath & Body/Yankee/Numerous Other Brands; and
8.5″ Uncommon Voluspa 123 Ounce Style.
Our 3.2″ style topper is very versatile as it not only fits many popular brand candle jars but also works on a wide range of smaller jars, including Bath & Body Works 2.75″ diameter jars– overhanging just a bit and still helping your candle to melt the wax evenly.
For jar candle diameters up to 4″, we often recommend the even more versatile 4″ style which works with candles such as Yankee 12.5 oz (5″H x 4″W x 4″D) jars, Bath & Body 12.5 oz and 14.5 oz jars, and other brands measuring 4″ in diameter or less (again, overhanging just a bit on slightly smaller jars, but working well — in fact, customers report using them with success on even some of the smallest of jars out there!)
And if you have a jar candle that is over 4″ wide (from outside to outside), just let us know and we can work on a custom diameter for you.
Does Thickness Matter?
YES! Do not be afraid to ask any other manufacturers how thick their product is. But it can be confusing because a lot of ads say “heavy duty,” “thick,” or “very durable,” but those are just words. Some ads will tell you it is a particular gauge, but if you are like us, these approaches make us feel like a goat looking at a watch – – pretty confused!
So, in this listing we use 1/8″ thick metal. Let’s put that in a list of thicknesses using common coins:
1/8″ = .125″ = 11 Gauge = Thicker than a Quarter and a Dime Stacked on Top of Each Other (2.4% Thicker). It is 250% thicker than 18 Gauge and 60% thicker than 14 Gauge.
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