Candle tins are small tin boxes or jars that have been directly filled up with wax. As a result, you’ll get a beautiful wax light that can be closed off with its lid when not in use. These metal tin jars are most commonly used to store scented variants of these wax lights. The main reason behind this lies in the fact that the lid helps you conceal the smell when it’s not burning.

Aluminum candle tins are favorites of our customers and staff. Unlike glassware, you can’t see the wax through the container, so glass adhesion doesn’t matter at all. This is especially nice for soy candles, where frosted sides are totally hidden. Candle tins are not expensive, and they always come with a lid. Lots of candle makers use them as travel tins since they are so rugged.

Our wholesale candle tins feature a premium seamless design. Crafted from a single piece of aluminum plate, there is no seam, so the candle wax will be entirely contained and nothing will leak. These seamless tins are 100% food-safe and BPA free. Also, tins are the most earth-friendly packaging for candles. The aluminum steel is 100% infinitely recyclable, without loss of quality. Our tins have rolled edges and you can choose from the see-through (clear) tops to the solid ones. Whatever your craft we have the container for you. As always, you should test your candle containers with the product for compatibility and always exercise caution when making or burning candles.

Compare with glass jars, our candle tins have enough advantages.
First, candle tins are lightweight, the aluminum tins are the lightest compared with the others. While familiar to many consumers, glass has a distinct disadvantage. Unless you use very delicate glass, it’s a heavy medium by nature. In other words, your candles will weigh down shopping bags or bump up shipping costs. Both are inconveniences to the customer! Tins are just as familiar and well-known a container for pouring candles yet weigh a fraction of the price.
Second, Another major disadvantage of glass is its fragility. Glass jars are easy to break. Tin is our favorite alternative, as it’s too light to cause harm in the same way as glass and will never break. A tin candle prone to hopping off shelves will, at worst, acquire a dent if it falls very hard from a significant height.
Third, tins are not expensive compared with glass jars. If you choose the same capacity of glass jars or metal tin containers, the prices are almost the same.

What’s more, tins can be also decorated in types of printing, labels, colors, or we can say they can be customized in shape and decorating. No matter 1oz, 2 oz, 4 oz, 6 oz, 8 oz tins you are looking for, you can all easily buy from the market.