B&P Lamp Aladdin Wick Trimmer
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The globe and mantle need to be removed. Removing the flame spreader is the first step. 3 *br > Set the wick to a lower temperature. The fourth item Trim the wick with the wick trimmer by placing it on top. 5 *br>. 5. Slide the wick up until it rests on the wick trimmer. Remove the carbon by spinning the wick trimmer in a clockwise direction. This is 7. All parts need to be reassembled in
Selected User Reviews For B&P Lamp Aladdin Wick Trimmer
Keeping my tube wick on my model 23 flat and level is easy with this product. It is caused by either a chunk of carbon or a high area on the wick that causes Hot Spots on the mantle. As a result, the problem is easily fixed.
The first photo shows the formation of a hot spot. A photo showing the result of using a trimmer is shown in the second photo.
Sitting on it keeps the wick from burning out. The filter cleaner is simply the best I have ever used of all the aladdins I have owned. As it sits inside an air nozzle in the center of the wick, it keeps the wick even. In this case, you can place the wick on the lowest level, press the cleaner now so much that it bottoms out, and then slowly raise the wick while turning the cleaner back and forth until it touches the wick. Just turn the wick back and forth until it is free of tar and gunk, and then gently raise the wick. Cut any frayed fibers gently so that you do not mar the wick, and you are You simply need to replace the air nozzle or whatever it is called and voila, you have an even wick ready to light the next time. Other cleaners I've used have a bad habit of marring the wick or cleaning.
Evening out incandescent light requires wick shaping, but I feel that it is very difficult to do this with this wax. Compared to the old plastic shaper that I lost, this one was much better, and it did not require that the inner air passage be removed.
I really like it. A bad burn resulted in complete sooting of the mantle and a buildup of carbon Using this product, I was able to burn the soot off the mantle and clean the wick. They were both salvaged.
When the wick in their lamp begins burning unevenly and sooting up their chimney, use this little tool to trim it back to the right way and have an even soot pattern again. There is no cost for lighting.
A razor blade sharp enough will do the job just as well Perhaps it would be better if However, it is a lot safer than a blade and a lot more convenient.
Worked like a charm with the trimmer. The metal one is much better than plastic.