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“Candle Cappers” are used when burning jar candles. These metal discs are placed on the top rim of the jar candle. Once the candle is lit, the capper allows cooler air to pass through the outside holes and the warmer air from the candle’s flame passes through the center hole. This stabilizes the flame, keeps a bit more heat inside the jar, and allows the candle to liquefy more readily. The only downside that I see is that by covering up the liquefied wax, the scent “throw” is not as intense as when the capper is not used. So, typically, I trim my wick, light my candle, allow the fragrance to permeate the room and THEN put the capper on the jar.