Decoroc Jar Gloss White
These Gloss White Jars by Decoroc are pure quality with a durable gloss white finish.
These stunning painted tumblers offer a premium look to your candles. Being opaque, you never need worry about ‘wet spots’ or imperfections showing through in your finished candle, this saves time and rework costs and allows you to command a higher price for your candles. Many leading retail candle brands use opaque glass for these reasons.
High quality raw materials combined with the worlds leading manufacturing processes ensure a seamless, high strength tumbler that is elegant yet tough. These tumblers are less likely to break during shipping and candle making when compared to cheaper, thicker walled vessels. Dress these up with our polished metal lid and they look very smart indeed. They also fit nicely into our large retail packaging.
Optional Accessories (sold separately)
Always ensure that your glassware is clean and dry prior to wicking and filling. Jars (including painted jars) can be safely washed in warm soapy water and reused several times over.
*Our wick suggestion is recommended as a starting guide and can vary. Your own testing is required to determine the best wick for your candle.
Glossary of jar specifications
Maximum Volume: The maximum amount of liquid the jar can take before overflowing.
Wax Weight: The amount of soy wax (in grams) you need to weigh and melt to fill the jar to the recommended fill volume (includes allowance for a 10% fragrance load).
Inside Diameter: This refers to the internal diameter of the jar at its widest point. Depending on the shape of the jar there can be a top (T) and bottom (B) diameter listed. The inside diameter is important as you need to know this for choosing a suitable wick.
Outside Diameter: This refers to the external diameter of the jar. Depending on the shape of the jar there can be a top (T) and bottom (B) diameter listed. The outside diameter is useful for choosing a suitable box to package your candle.
Wick Suggestion: A recommended “starting point” for your wick size. Your own testing is always required to determine the best wick for your candle recipe.