Wick Sentence Examples
The town belongs to the Wick district group of parliamentary burghs.
The candle's wick popped loudly enough to wake her awhile later.
We filled our lamp with olive oil and used a cotton wick.
Before the union of the shires of Ross and Cromarty, it was the county town of Cromartyshire, and is one of the Wick district group of parliamentary burghs.
Mayday call was reported by Wick radio.Advertisement
Like those of the Wick river, its banks are totally destitute of wood.
They wick moisture away from the skin and reduce chafing.
Roll the wick onto a pencil to keep it straight.
Place the wick along one edge of the wax sheet and start to tightly roll the sheet around the wick.
You then add water and oil, which is not included, and put in the wick.Advertisement
The Quikwik collection consists of items designed to do exactly what it sounds like - wick away sweat as quickly as possible.
Not only does it wick moisture, but it dries quickly as well, thus maintaining maximum comfort.
Look for climate-control details, which wick moisture away and prevent chafing by keeping excess heat out.
You'll also find simple tank tops, long-sleeve cotton shirts for cold weather days and "tech" tops, which are designed to wick moisture away from the body.
These breathable fabrics wick moisture away from the body and feel good against the skin.Advertisement
Today's shapewear offers both the ability to smooth and flatter your curves and the comfort of fabrics designed to wick moisture away from the body to keep you cooler and dryer.
Bike shorts are made from stretchy, made-for-comfort fabrics that wick moisture away from the skin, but younger women have decided they aren’t just for exercise anymore.
If you look near the end of the wick to the dynamite, you'll see a red button (about the same size as the playing balls) marked "Panic".
When the wick burns all the way down to those explosive sticks, the field detonates and the game ends.
An oil lamp is any vessel that holds a small amount of oil (or kerosene) at the bottom, has an absorbent wick that sits in it and can be lit producing light or heat.Advertisement
If you want to actually use the lamp, it's a good idea to make sure the metal pieces holding the wick in place are still in good working order and not rusted over.
The bottom half of an oil lamp holds kerosene or oil and has an absorbent wick.
They consisted of a base that held a small amount of oil or kerosene, an absorbent wick that sat in the oil and could be lit, and a glass hurricane (or chimney) that surrounded the flame.
You should also check to make sure the metal piece that holds the wick in place is still in working order and isn't rusted over.
The shade was designed to bulge around the wick allowing more air to circulate and feed the flame.Advertisement
They promise to wick away moisture, keeping you as comfortable as possible during the long trek to the campsite.
It is important that this layer be able to wick moisture away from your skin.
If the opening to the ear is narrowed by swelling, a cotton wick may be inserted into the ear canal to help carry the eardrops into the ear more effectively.
The medications are applied directly to the wick, enough times per day to allow the wick to remain continuously saturated.
After the wick is removed, usually after about 48 hours, the medications are then put directly into the ear canal three to four times each day.
They aren't made to hold in body heat, but rather to wick water away quickly.
They are often made of microfiber designed to wick away moisture - absolutely crucial in a kitchen.
It has a circular, fiberglass wick mounted above a tank that's filled with 1-K kerosene.
The wick draws the flammable liquid up from the holding tank through a process known as capillary action.
Once lit, the wick's flames heat the air via convection.
The height of the flames can be adjusted by increasing or decreasing the wick's exposure.
To extinguish the flame, the wick is rolled all the way down into the chamber where the flames are snuffed out.
Once cooled, any tar or carbon buildup should be trimmed from the wick.
When the wax cools, you may notice that it has shrunk to create a small pit around your wick.
Generally, it is recommended to trim the wick between ¼ and ½ inch above the base of the candle.
First, you can take sheets of beeswax and wrap them around a piece of wick, making a taper-style candle.
Finally, the project most people probably think of when they think of making taper candles is the process of dipping a piece of wick into a coffee can or specially designed taper candle making melt pot.
The more you dip the wick into the pot, the thicker your candle will be.
Start with a length of wick a couple of inches longer than you want your finished candle to be.
You can simply roll the wax onto the wick, tapering it a one end, or you can jazz it up by trying different colors.
Stagger them slightly so you can see both colors and form them around the wick.
The final way of making taper candles involves dunking the wick in the melted wax as many times as necessary to get the candle the size and shape that you want.
You have a lot of control in this method, because you can make long, skinny candles or short, fat candles, depending on how many times you dunk the wick.
To make the candle, simply dip your length of wick into the wax, then lift up again.
Keep going up and down in a smooth, steady motion, not leaving the wick in the wax for a very long time each pass.
Tie the end of the wick that's not going into the wax around a dowel, chopstick or wooden skewer to make it easier to hold onto.
Use a small amount of hot glue to adhere the wick to the bottom of the container.
Objects should be kept as far away from the wick as possible.
Let your candle cool, then trim the wick to approximately 1/4 inch before burning.
Thread your wick through the hole in the bottom of the mold.
The type of wick you use will be dictated by the size of the candle you are making.
When in doubt, Rustic Escentuals has a handy chart to help you choose the right wick for your candles.
Once you have threaded the wick through the mold, secure the wick at the bottom using a generous quantity of mold sealer, making sure you cover the hole well.
To keep the wick straight in the mold, lay a wooden or metal skewer across the top of the mold, as illustrated in the photo above.
Wrap the wick around the stick and secure the wick to the outside edge of the mold using a little more mold sealer.
Make sure the wick is as straight as possible.
When it's cooled a bit, you'll notice an indentation around the wick.
Trim the bottom wick so it's level with the bottom of the candle (though with tabbed wicks, you can skip this step).
Trim the top of the wick to between 1/4 and 1/2 of an inch in length.
Clean the can out, punch a small hole in the bottom for the wick to go through and use like any store bought mold.
Most candles made for home use were taper candles made by dipping the wick repeatedly into a vat of melted wax.
Each dip would allow a little more wax to adhere to the wick, which would eventually become candle sized.
Use a non-waxed taper wick, weighted down at the end you will dip into the wax with a washer.
If you want to make cool old-fashioned tapers where two candles are joined at the wick, use a bulldog clip to hold the center part of the wick and allow the two ends to run down opposite sides of the clip.
Put the can on a flat, heat-resistant surface and dip the wick into the wax.
Hang the candles to harden (clip the wick to a hanger) then cut off the end of the candle to make a flat surface.
If you want to burn the two candles you have made from one wick, cut them apart and trim the wicks to about a quarter of an inch before burning.
Kits allow you to choose exactly what you want in a candle down to the wax and type of wick.
Thicker wick is needed as the diameter of the candle goes up.
If you're shopping for supplies at your local craft store, there may only be one width of wick, and your candle will be fine if you use that material.
If you shop online you can find wick that is suited to the width of your candle (HTP 105 is ideal for a mason jar candle).
Using a tab on your wick will help the wick adhere to the bottom of the jar.
They are easy to apply to the wick, just thread it through and squeeze the tabs so the wick can't move.
Mix all together well, make sure your wick is straight and pour the melted wax into your jar.
Once the wax is poured in, you may need to straighten your wick again.
Place a pencil or a wooden skewer across the mouth of the jar to support the wick as the candle hardens.
After it is cool, you can trim the wick to about a quarter of an inch and enjoy.
If a particular kind of wick is recommended by the manufacturer, follow that advice.
At least a couple of feet of wick would be helpful, or buy in whatever quantity is available.
Buy wick that works with them, a couple of colors of dye and a couple of basic fragrance oils, such as vanilla and another scent you like.
CandleWic is a great place to look when you need a large quantity of something, such as spools of wick or 20 pounds of wax.
Before you get started making a candle, make sure you have all the materials you're going to need, including your wax, wick, mold, any colors or dyes you're planning to use, etc., all in the room you're going to be working in.
A black bulb on the top of your candle wick when it burns means the type of wick you chose was too big for the candle you made.
On the other hand, if the wick is too small, you'll get a sort of crater down the center of your candle and the outside part won't even melt.
Again, try a thicker wick with that mold next time.
You can almost always fix your mistakes by simply remelting the wax, removing the old wick and trying again.
The turkey measures 3-3/8 x 2-1/2 x 3-3/4-inches, is a golden yellow color and comes with an all-cotton wick.
If the holder is too large for the candle, the wick is unable to draw the melted wax properly.
Unlike dipping, where the candle is constantly dipped into hot wax, building the candle up from the wick, molded candles are formed by pouring hot wax into a mold.
The wick will depend on the type of wax used, any additions to the wax and any other special requirements.
A candle supply store will be able to give advice as to the correct wick for your project.
WoodWick candles, created by the Old Virginia Candle Company, have a natural wick made from organic wood.
When burning the candle wick mimics the sound of a crackling fire.
Each candle comes with a finely crafted wooden lid to match the wick.
Colored dyes, scents, and even the coating on a wick can drastically change the properties of the candles, depending on the types of additives used.
There's no open flame and no wick, and the light bulb itself never gets very hot.
The glass surrounding the lit wick can prevent small hands from accidentally brushing the open flame.
If the spell is to ward something away, place your hand in the center of the candle and push away the oil towards the top or wick end of the candle.
Although most people who purchase candles would say the candle's fragrance is the most important element, candle makers know that choosing the right wick is a key ingredient in making a successful candle.
The wick is like a fuel pump, delivering the wax the flame needs to keep burning.
Flat wicks are the most commonly used type of candle wick.
The purpose of the core is to help keep the wick upright as it burns.
The higher the burn rate, the faster the wick will burn.
However, this number is only a suggested starting point from the manufacturer of the wick.
Several different factors, such as the type of wax used and the amount of fragrance oil in a candle, can affect a wick's burn rate.
Homemade candle wicks allow for complete control over the size of the wick and the quality of the materials used.
Test burns are the best way to make sure you're using the right wick for your candle.
Your wick should be larger if your candle is leaving wax behind in the container.
A larger wick may also be needed if your candle keeps extinguishing itself.
If your wax pool is too deep, this means your wick should be smaller to keep your candle from burning too hot.
If you don't want to take the time to make several different candles with varying sizes and styles of wicks, make a candle with no wick to use as your tester.
Drill a small hole the same size as your wick into the top of the candle.
Stick a two inch piece of wick into the hole, bending the bottom slightly to keep it from slipping too far into the candle.
Insert another sample wick if necessary, remembering to let the candle re-harden between your test burns.
You can use the same type of wick for making soy candles as you'd use for paraffin candle making.
Buying pre-tabbed wicks is often the easiest option for beginners, since the tab will help the wick adhere to the bottom of the jar.
However, you need to keep in mind that the thickness of the wick is determined by the diameter of your candle.
The bigger the candle, the thicker the wick needs to be.
Candle makers are always looking for ways to save a little money, and learning how to make a candle wick can help save some pennies.
A wick is essential for any candle, as it acts as the conduit between the flame and the candle wax.
The most common type of candle wick is braided, combining three or more strands tightly braided together to increase burn time.
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Place the braided wick into the wax, pushing it down with a spoon or other utensil to coat.
Pull the wick tight and straight, and hold under cold running water for a few seconds.
Pat dry with paper towels, and set the wick on waxed paper to cool completely.
Dipping the braided wick into melted wax is called "priming" the wick, and is done to make it stronger and burn more slowly.
For sturdier wicks, this procedure can be repeated several times before cooling the wick under water.
Trim your wicks to about four to six inches longer than the finished candle will be, leaving room for tabbing or securing the wick at the bottom, as well as overhang at the top.
After each use, the wick can be trimmed and the candle stored safely until the following year.
Modern candle making has included many innovations, and one of the handiest additions has been the pre-tabbed wick.
To set the wick, you simply add a bit of melted wax to the tab, center it in your container, and hold it upright while you pour the wax into the container.
You can then hold the wick in place with special wick accessories, or simply use a clothespin and clip it to a pencil resting on the lid of the container.
One of the simplest candle projects that you can try is a container candle, since you'll learn how to melt wax and set a wick, without having to bother with candle molds right away.
Dip the tabbed end of the wick into the melted wax and center it on the bottom of the inside of the glass jar.
Slowly and carefully pour the scented and colored wax into the jar, making sure that the top of the wick stays dry.
Once the wax is poured, center the wick and hold it in place with a clothespin laid sideways across the mouth of the jar.
When ready to light, trim the wick to half an inch from the top of the candle.
Instead of using a real flame that is caused by burning a wick in a wax candle, flameless Christmas candles use a battery light or electricity to replicate candle light.
Using the bottom of a clean, recycled milk carton as your container, prepare the crayons and wick as you would for any container candle project.
If you use a wide wick that was made for pillar candles, for example, the wick will burn too hot and fast for the amount of wax on the taper candle.
Dipping should be relatively quick; don't let the wick sit in the wax for too long, or you'll melt the wax that has already set on the candle.
Just place the wick into the wax, and then pull it back out again.
The first few dips will allow the wax to soak into the wick.
You can pull the wick straight after these dips before dipping again.
Candle warmers offer an alternative and allow people to enjoy the benefits of scented candles, but without having to burn the candle wick in order to melt the wax and release the fragrance.
A wick that is too large will burn more quickly, and use up the fragrance faster than one that is the correct size.
The best way to find the perfect combination of wax, fragrance, and wick is to experiment and keep trying new things.
The soot and wick free candle wax leaves no mess and no worries about open flame.
Candle wick - candle wicks are what makes the candle burn.
There are many different types of candle wick available and the size of wick will depend on the shape and size of the finished beeswax candle.
Some stores may sell candle making kits that include both beeswax sheets and wick.
Scissors - sharp scissors are required to cut the wick and shape the wax sheet if necessary.
Cut a length of wick and place it on one edge of the beeswax sheet.
Carefully roll the edge of the beeswax sheet around the wick.
Continue rolling until the sheet is completely wrapped around the wick.
This means that there is no soot produced from a burning wick and that there are no safety concerns about having a naked flame in the house.
Use a zinc wick versus a cloth based wick.
You should secure the wick to the bottom of the container first.
A little dab of melted gel on the tab will hold the wick in place as you place embeds and pour the hot gel.
Candles are created from a wick that is set in a block of wax.
You want the wick centered so that the wax is poured around it.
Trim the wick to within a half-quarter of an inch from the top of the candle.
Use hot glue to secure your wick in the center of the container and set it by tying the other end to a pencil laid across the opening of the container for balance.
Slowly lower the wick and tub together into the center of the glass container.
Be careful to use a glass wick tube that allows some air between it and the container to avoid pressure build up.
Use the adaptor ring to hold wick and tube in place as needed.
Let the wick soak up the oil for at least 10 to 15 minutes.
Candles are simple items, made up of a wick and wax.
The wick contains the flame that slowly burns and melts the wax, allowing the candle to last several hours.
With dripless candles, the wax is either consumed by the wick or contained within the middle of the candle itself.
Dripless tapers are a good example of the wick taking care of the excess wax, since there is little room for the melted wax to pool.
Every candle is made of two parts, the wax and a wick.
The candle wax acts as the fuel while the wick's purpose is delivering the fuel to the flame.
The amount of fuel, or liquefied wax, a candle wick can draw to the flame depends on its size.
The larger the size of the wick, the more fuel it can carry to the flame.
The absorbency of a candle's wick is important because its job is to absorb the melted wax and move it upward toward the flame.
The liquid wax is drawn to the tip of the wick which is inside the flame and the liquid is changed into the state of matter that is gas.
This results in the cycle of the four states of matter repeating itself until the wax or the wick is completely used up.
The candle is lit by touching the end of the wick using a catalyst with a flame, such as a match or a lighter.
The wick begins to burn down the sides of the wick until it touches the wax.
The heat generated by the flame on the wick begins to melt the wax that surrounds the wick, turning it to liquid.
The wick absorbs the melted wax and through capillary action draws the melted wax up the wick toward the flame.
A candle burns better and cleaner when the wick is trimmed down to 1/4 inch before it is lit.
LoneStar provides wicks for all different types of candles and candle making needs including wicking rolls with zinc cores, wood wicks in four sizes, wick tabs and wick clip assemblies.
Candle Impressions flameless candles mimic real candles, but instead of using a wick and open flame, they are lit with a small LED light inside the candle and powered by batteries.
Perhaps the most unique feature of Candle Impressions flameless candles is that they all have a wick.
Within this top layer of wax is a wick that appears to have been used, since it is dark in color.
The wick is non-combustible, and should never be lit.
When a soy candle is burning, a large pool of wax is created around the wick.
Housewares and Beyond - This is just a basic white votive holder filled with candle wax and a wick, ready to light.
This type of wick is designed to have a slight bend at the tip when it is burning to help reduce carbon buildup.
Trim down the wick and smooth the wax inside the hollow with the back of a hot metal spoon.
The lining should wick moisture away from your skin.
The lining is a mix of leather and synthetic, all meant to cushion and wick moisture.
These shoes wick sweat away and feature mesh in specific spots, which helps keep the feet ventilated.
Since precipitation is light, humidity is high and clothing is decidedly lighter and more carefree during the summer, it stands to reason that the shoes should be breathable and wick away moisture.
They are designed to keep your feet warm but not sweaty since they tend to wick moisture away from the foot.
Having clothes that wick away moisture from the body quickly without leaving them soggy and cold will makes a workout much more pleasant.
Yoga and Pilates clothing for women should be casual, comfortable, allow for freedom of movement, and wick away moisture.
There are also many more fabrics for a squad to choose from - the usual cotton or nylon fabrics - but also more advanced spandex blends and microfiber polyester blends that breathe and wick away perspiration.
Measure a wick that is 3/4" longer than the mold.
Tie one end around a pencil and place the pencil on top of the mold to keep the candle from eating the wick.
Clean up your candle scraps by removing any dirt, trimming off any pieces of wick, and sorting out pieces that are a similar color and fragrance.
Insert the wick according to the package instructions.
Technical fabrics can help keep you cooler while you work out and wick away moisture to keep you feeling drier and prevent chafing.
While cotton is popular in t-shirts and shorts, it's not the best choice if you're looking for something to wick away the moisture from sweat.
Socks are important for comfort as well as to wick away the moisture from your feet as you work out.
Sports bras tend to be made from fabrics that wick moisture away from your skin.
The most important thing to look for is a fabric that will wick moisture away from your skin, encouraging sweat to evaporate.
Both layers are designed to wick away moisture.
The Varitherm long underwear offered by Duofold is designed to keep the wearer warm as well as wick moisture away from the skin during vigorous physical activity in cold weather.
They are made with Naturexx fabric, which is designed to wick moisture more effectively as well as dissipate body heat.
Materials - You always want a sports bra with breathable materials that wick moisture away from your body.
They carry popular styles such as the Jockey Coolmax cotton sports trunk, which is designed to wick away moisture and dry quickly, so that you stay comfortable.
If the weather is chilly, an extra layer will wick sweat and provide protection against the elements.
Check out bodysuits with linings that will wick sweat or add warmth.
If the velour is cotton, it will work well to wick moisture and water away from your body; if it is polyester, it will not wick away moisture and will not allow your skin to "breathe."
Once the fabric is processed or treated with chemicals, its natural ability to wick away moisture and retain warmth is compromised.
You don't have to worry about overheating because the fabric is designed to wick away moisture and there is targeted ventilation.
This affordably-priced bra is available in several different colors and is designed to wick moisture away from the skin during a workout while providing the coverage you want from a bra via double layer construction.
Cut the wick to the appropriate length and attach it to the wick holder.
The bottom of the wick should be at the bottom of the cup.
You want the uniform to wick away moisture as much as possible to help regulate body temperature as you run up and down the field.
For example, spandex weaves can give better fit and economy of movement, while certain poly pique weaves will wick moisture away from the players' skin, keeping them from overheating in the excitement of the game.
The products obtained by the distillation of petroleum are not in a marketable condition, but require chemical treatment to remove acid and other bodies which impart a dark colour as well as an unpleasant odour to the liquid, and in the case of lamp-oils, reduce the power of rising in the wick by capillary attraction.
As his health improved it was hoped that he would be able to adopt the family profession of civil engineering, and in 1868 he went to Anstruther and then to Wick as a pupil engineer.
Dillon has suggested that this central recess may have served to support a wick.
When a long glass tube open at both ends is filled with soil and one end is dipped in a shallow basin of water, the water is found to move upwards through the soil column just as oil will rise in an ordinary lamp wick.
There is a regular communication by steamer between Stromness and Kirkwall, and Thurso, Wick, Aberdeen and Leith, and also between Kirkwall and Lerwick and other points of the Shetlands.
Orkney unites with Shetland to send one member to parliament, and Kirkwall, the county town and the only royal burgh, is one of the Wick district groups of parliamentary burghs.
To obtain a good oxidizing flame, the blowpipe is held with its nozzle inserted in the edge of the flame close over the level of the wick, and blown into gently and evenly.
The flame then appears as a long, narrow, luminous cone, the end being enveloped by a dimly visible portion of flame corresponding to that which surrounds the free flame, while there is also a dark nucleus about the wick.
Dochyof to take the place of his elder brother Charles, who had wick, been deposed.
The Scottish seaboard is divided for administrative purposes into twenty-seven fishery districts, namely, on the east coast, Eyemouth, Leith, Anstruther, Montrose, Stonehaven, Aberdeen, Peterhead, Fraserburgh, Banff, Buckie, Findhorn, Cromarty, Helmsdale, Lybster, Wick (15); on the north, Orkney, Shetland (2); on the west, Stornoway, Barra, Loch Broom, Loch Carron and Skye, Fort William, Campbeltown, Inverary, Rothesay, Greenock, Ballantrae (10).
The most prolific districts are Shetland in the north, Fraserburgh, Peterhead, Wick, Aberdeen and Anstruther in the east, and Stornoway in the west.
Hybrid place-names are occasionally to be met with in the colonized portions of Wales, as in Gelliswick (a combination of the Celtic gelli, a hazel grove, and the Norse wick, a haven), and in Fletherhill, where the English suffix hill is practically a translation of the Celtic prefix.
Durandus, in his Rationale, interprets the wax as the body of Christ, the wick as his soul, the flame as his divine nature; and the consuming candle as symbolizing his passion and death.
In 1822 he showed that when a mass of platinum black, supplied with alcohol by a wick is enclosed in a jar to which the air has limited access, acetic acid and water are produced; this experiment formed the basis of the Schiitzenbach Quick Vinegar Process.
Dornoch became a royal burgh in 1628, and, as one of the Wick burghs, returns a member to parliament.
The second option is to use solder braid, or ' solder wick ' .
Scotland's mostly northerly mainland distillery is in Wick on the north east tip of Scotland.
Will fit a standard duplex double wick burner and gallery.
So I was pretty beat by the time we crossed the firth again and made it back to our hotel in Wick.
Merino can also wick, absorb and evaporate moisture both in its liquid and vaporous state.
The other great nurseryman of the period was Richard Smith, the son of nurseryman, Thomas Smith of Lower Wick.
Thurso and Wick boasted both riflemen and gunners; Halkirk had a rifle corps; Lybster had artillery.
Covering diesel traction in Scotland from the Borders through to Wick.
A bruised reed he will not break, and a smoldering wick he will not snuff out, till he leads justice to victory.
If your candle is smoking despite trimming the wick and checking for debris in the melt pool, extinguish the candle immediately.
Set across the top of the glass to keep wick centered.
Check regularly to make sure the wick has not become choked or dirty.
Methods of available for continuously feed oil to porous bearing using force feeding or using very simple wick feeds.
This lamp has a 1/2 inch flat wick, otherwise no special features.
Light the tip of each firework at arm's length, using a safety firework lighter or fuse wick.
By 1850 Scottish colliers working in none " gassy " mines were beginning to use similar oil wick lamps made of tin or brass.
She passed the valet, the snuff fell from the candle wick, and she saw Prince Andrew clearly with his arms outside the quilt, and such as she had always seen him.
A slow-moving cold front was sliding up the Irish Sea giving rain from Wick to Plymouth.
If using fleece wraps or cotton wraps that wick a little, wash with fabric conditioner to increase their water-repellent properties.
A base layer is designed to wick moisture away from your skin.
The man made fibers are lightweight and wick away perspiration, and also dry very quickly.
Light the tip of each firework at arm 's length, using a safety firework lighter or fuse wick.
A match flared, was applied to the wick of a hurricane lamp.
The wick of a candle, Represents our hearts, Burning through life, Keeping us as one part.
Underwear made from these fabrics has the ability to wick up perspiration keeping you dry - and comfortable.
Ensure that there is adequate frontal coverage to absorb urine, and also check to make sure that the whole liner is really inside the diaper cover so that moisture cannot wick from the inside of the diaper to the outside.
Disposable diapers are often associated with fewer diaper rashes among babies because they contain materials that wick moisture away from the skin.
Leafy vegetables should be washed then placed in open plastic storage bags lined with one or two sheets of paper towels to wick away excess moisture.
The use of tallow, sheep's fat, and of plaited cord and even wood for the wick, is well recorded in the history of candle making.
Mantle lamps produce up to four times more light than wick lamps per gallon of kerosene.
Wick lamps use a very large flame to produce light, much like a candle.
The patented HeatGear mesh fabric will wick moisture from the skin as the mesh allows for maximum breathability.
They are traditionally made of cotton but you can also find them in combination fabrics designed to wick away moisture - crucial during a hot afternoon's game.
They are made of fabric specifically geared to wick away moisture, thus controlling odor and keeping feet healthy.
What you want to look for in kids' fishing shirts are those that provide sun protection, wick away moisture and are quick drying.
Wick System - Absorbent material, such as nylon rope, extends from the individual plant containers down into the nutrient reservoir.
The fabric is designed to wick moisture, so these shorts are very good for skating, skateboarding, mountain boarding, biking, or other such extreme sports.
The acrylic fabric of this design is made to wick away moisture to help ensure that your feet remain comfortably dry.
It will wick away moisture and give you insulation as well.
The fabric could be used to create biking jerseys that would wick away the sweat of the athletes while maintaining warmth.
They are breathable to keep you cool and wick away moisture.
They wick away the moisture from your most delicate skin, allowing you to enjoy a full range of motion and activity while maintaining proper body temperature.
Champion's Double Dry compression shorts feature a system to efficiently wick away moisture and control any build-up.
There is padded neck support and the fabric is designed to both breathe and wick moisture.
That is, when your feet sweat, they wick away the moisture from your skin and help avoid foot odor.
There are varieties made especially for avid golfers who require tops that wick moisture away from the body, but there are also extra-casual styles for those who are seeking everyday-appropriate wear for work and play.
This footwear is made from a blend of rayon and nylon to wick moisture away, thereby keeping the feet dry and comfortable during any workout or activity.
It has a wide brim and is made from CoolMax polyester to keep you cool and to wick away moisture.
Properly made, organic wool is very soft and has natural temperature control, due to its ability to absorb and wick away moisture.
Because the use of organic cotton and wool in your comforter will naturally wick away moisture, you will be more comfortable as you sleep.
In dry weather, it releases moisture, and in humid weather it helps wick moisture away from your body.
When the socks get damp due to sweating or stepping in a damp spot, the fibers act as a wick to pull the moisture away from the skin.
Fabrics for golf clothing should be able to wick moisture away from the body.
Many cargo shorts also have the ability to wick moisture away from your body, keeping you cool and dry.
Many exercise Capris also have wicking properties that wick sweat and moisture away from your body, keeping you cool, dry and comfortable as you exercise.
There are also athletic socks designed to wick moisture away from the skin.
Note that shorts made of nylon spandex stretch well and are durable, but they don't wick moisture away from your body unless a special finish is applie.
Its main purpose is to help thwart chaffing and to wick moisture away from the body.
Spandex is designed to actually wick moisture away from the body which keeps the shorts dryer and more comfortable.
These fabrics not only dry quickly, but they actually help wick moisture away from the body.
Wearing pajamas made from natural fibers designed to wick moisture away from the body can help keep you more comfortable as can the use of a ceiling fan to help keep the body cooled.
If the wick is completely burned away, the field explodes and you lose.
The first dip, hold the wick in the wax until it stops bubbling.
Cut the wick so it is about 2 inches longer than the wax sheet.
A slim-strap top in microfiber will look great underneath a floaty summer dress, and a lot of camisoles today are made to wick moisture and look like a second skin-comfortably.
Tie the end of the wick to the skewer to hold it straight.
Carefully pour melted paraffin wax into the cup, making sure the wick stays centered.
The menu is highlighted by roast beef and au jus dinners, as well as as regional favorite--roast beef sandwich on a kimmelwick roll, known as a beef on a wick.
It was, however, found that after the oil so purified had been burned in a lamp, for a short time, the wick became encrusted, and the oil failed to rise properly.
Kirkwall belongs to the Wick district group of parliamentary burghs, the others being Cromarty, Dingwall, Dornoch and Tain.
To obtain a good reducing flame (in which the combustible matter, very hot, but not yet burned, is disposed to take oxygen from any compound containing it), the nozzle, with smaller orifice, should just touch the flame at a point higher above the wick, and a somewhat weaker current of air should be blown.