4 Boxes of Floating Oil Wicks (Parsi Vat)- 100 Wicks Each- Total 400
- Floating Oil Wicks are also known as Vattulu Karteekamasam in Kannada, Mitakkum Eṇṇey Viks in Tamil and Tēliyāḍē Camuru in Telugu.
- Floating oil wicks are made of cork, making them pure.
- Parsi vat is a perfect substitute for cotton wicks. Cotton wicks soak lots of oil as compared to cork based floating oil wicks.
- Floating oil wicks are the perfect medium size to fit all holders or diyas.
- Also, it floats on the oil instead of sinking in it
- Parsi vat lasts long, for around 7+ hours. (under right circumstances)
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Nice product. As expected
- Nand Kumar Menon
Good quality. Lasts very long
- Anamika kumar
Best wick for diya
Very original. Very convenient. Easy to use, not a drop of oil wasted.
Easy to clean the diya as there is no blackening
|Dimensions||22 × 16 × 6 cm|
24 cm x 18 cm x 7 cm
|What is in the box?||
600 pieces of floating wicks
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How to use Floating Oil Wicks (Parsi Vat)?
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Frequently Asked Questions
How long do floating oil wicks last?
It usually goes on for 7+ hours, given there is oil in the container in which the wick is floating.
What fuel do you use for floating oil wicks?
For lighting up a floating oil wicks or Parsi vat, you can use any liquid-based oil like mustard oil, vegetable oil, etc. Solidified ghee may not work that best. Molten ghee or ghee in liquid form will work great.
What is a floating oil wick made of?
The base of a floating oil wick is made up of good quality cork. Second is the candle-like wick, which is made from cotton and has premium quality wax around it.
Why does my oil lamp wick burn so fast?
When the floating oil wick cannot transfer enough oil to the flame, it goes off. The capacity of the wick to transfer oil decreases slowly.