Candle Lighters / Snuffers

Matthew F. Sheehan makes lighting and extinguishing candles easy with a broad selection of candle lighters and snuffers. Our high-quality candle accessories can be used for ceremonial purposes or for daily use. Our candle lighter and snuffer sets are as beautiful as they are functional. In addition to candle lighters and snuffers, we also carry a variety of beautiful stands and wall-mount holders to keep your candle tools ready for use at all times.

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Our church candle lighters are designed to be easy to use. They feature long necks that allow users to easily reach the wick of the candle without having to reach over the open flames of other candles or stretch beyond a comfortable point. Longer candle lighter necks are considerably safer, particularly for elaborate lit displays.

When the ceremony or service is over, easily extinguish any lit candles using a snuffer. A snuffer is a bell-shaped end on a long handle that goes over the wick of the candle to put out the flame by depriving it of oxygen. Snuffers are easy to use and can extinguish a flame in only a second. Brass candle snuffers are particularly important in churches, where elaborate lit displays make blowing out candles a tedious task.

Matthew F. Sheehan makes it easy to get the church candle lighters and snuffers you need by packaging them in convenient sets. From single lighter and snuffer combo tools to matching 2-piece sets, our large selection ensures you'll find the right candle accessories for your altar. We also carry candle lighter and snuffer stands in tabletop or wall-mounted styles. Our stands provide a beautiful display for your candle tools while also keeping them within easy reach at all times.

Shop with Matthew F. Sheehan for all of your candle accessory needs including high-quality candle lighters and snuffers. Whether you're looking for a tool that's purely functional or one with a little bit of style, you'll find a great selection of quality items at affordable prices at Matthew F. Sheehan.