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Suction holder for window candles

Posted by jamies (My Page) on
Thu, Dec 12, 13 at 14:24

I've seen the regular ones, which fit like a belt around the candle itself. But also some that are s-shaped, where one ring and suction goes around the candle in the regular way, but there is another ring and suction that fits around the neck of the base.

I've never had suction holders but I really need something because the candles keep falling out and I have to operate the drapes.

I assume the s-shaped ones were developed to solve some kind of problem with the original ones, and I don't know if that's a problem I need solved or not?

Do you have experience with the suctions?

I have window sills and light weight plug in candles.

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Thanks for any help, and Merry Christmas.


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RE: Suction holder for window candles

I have the S curve ones. I think they work better if the candle is heavy. The part that matters is the suction cup. They always work great the first year or three--they do wear out and when stored off season if they get too hot it ages them faster. They sell replacements so you can't really lose. I love mine. I have " candles" in every window. They are so much better than the bow jammed in the window trick I used to use.


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