Jonathan Adler Fireplace Matches in Aztec Diamond, $9, jonathanadler.com

I love candles but refuse to participate in wick maintenance. So the jumble of halfway-done, now-unburnable candles sit, sooty and dispiriting, strewn about like the proverbial drawerful of half-used makeup.

Ostensibly for lighting fires, these extra-long matches allow you to force flame upon the tiny bit of wick that's left after your nonexistent wick maintenance has taken its toll (you can hold it there without burning your fingers, eventually forcing combustion), so your ruined candle is unruined and lives to see another day.

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