Ribbed Pillar Moulds

252 SEK

4 reviews

QaedaOur acrylic candle moulds are an essential tool for anyone looking to create professional-grade candles at home. Made from acrylic plastic, these moulds are durable, easy to use, and suitable for use with a variety of waxes including soy wax, beeswax, and paraffin. They are impact-resistant and easy to clean with a soft brush, making them a practical choice for both beginners and experienced candle makers. Whether you're a candle making novice or an expert, these acrylic moulds are a must-have for anyone looking to make their own candles.

To use this candle mould, simply start by threading the wick through the center of the mould and securing it in place with a wick holder. Use blu tack to cover the wick hole to prevent leakage before pouring melted wax into the mould. Depending on the type of wax you are using, you may need to perform a second pour to even out the surface of the candle. Allow your candle to cure overnight before carefully unmoulding it. If the candle gets stuck, squeeze around the mould to release the candle from the sides.

The trio set comprises of one of each size - 10cm, 15cm, and 20cm Ribbed Pillar Moulds. Purchasing the set grants you a 15% discount on the entire trio.


Finished product:

Tall - 20cm (H) x 6cm (W) x 6cm (L)

Medium - 15cm (H) x 6cm (W) x 6cm (L)

Short - 10cm (H) x 6cm (W) x 6cm (L)

Wax Volume:

Tall - 460g

Medium - 355g

Short - 235g

Cotton wick recommendation: 12 ply

All measurements are approximate and will vary depending on the type of wax used and how much fragrance oil is added.

Mould Care

Clean with warm water and mild soap after every use and store in a dust-free environment.


Customer Reviews

Based on 4 reviews

Love love love. Such great quality

Tina C
High quality

All of Myka’s moulds are high quality. These ribbed pillar moulds are so easy to use. The bases fit perfectly for pouring and so easy to unmould.

Ribbed Pillar Moulds

Great service, fast delivery and these moulds are fantastic, So easy to use.

Paris Griffiths