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    Got cut off by the character limit. Here's the rest

    Quote Originally Posted by JeremyR View Post
    Hey supe! Your gonna be the ultimate test for the rayon cellucotton. I think your gonna be Amazed by the performance and ease of use.

    No It doesn't need washing or boiling, it's pure right out of the box. My Cellucotton from Sally's is fresh.

    It doesn't hurt it if you do boil or rinse. it drys pretty quickly on a towel. Just don't disturb the natural form of it in the processing. Not sure it would matter but I like to keep the fibers straight and uniform. It comes out a little fluffier when dry if you boil or wash and dry it. It's doesn't compress like cotton it fluffs back out itself. If you have any concerns a boiling or rinsing would remove any potential impurities. No one else here has boiled it before try tried it and had great reviews to follow.

    Use double the amount as you would cotton and you could try double your tail length.

    Looking forward to seeing how you like it.!

    Remember that pic I posted in your thread of the bottle rayon, well this is it. After trying everything else and went back to the rayon I was blown away.

    (Of course as you can see, I paraphrased the title after your legendary thread.)
    Quote Originally Posted by stashbldr View Post
    Okie dokey, wicked up a different Reo and made those tails a hair over 1/4" from each end of the coil .. it's all good. The CelluCotton is so fantastastic that it doesn't seem to matter if the tails are long or short or if the wick is a little too thick or a tad thinner .. this rayon works great regardless! Really a GREAT wicking material and easy-peasy to use, a no-brainer.
  5. thomas l's Avatar
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    great info thats why i like clearotanks no worrys
  6. David1975's Avatar
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    Thank you for this post, and directing me to it. I just got the fill screw O-rings from McMaster-Carr and they work perfectly :-)
  7. mzlynnem's Avatar
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    For some reason I can't comment on your "Vape Green, Pay it Forward" blog... But I just stumbled upon it again and realized it was even cooler than I thought when I'd read it before. I might like to link to that in my own blog or signature, if it's okay with you. Very nicely done. Thanks!
  8. AREA51's Avatar
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    I love the concept! Very nice! Have you tried this with Rayon?
  9. TamiP's Avatar
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    THANK you for this. I used the idea and got some of the free samples and used them to cover my egos. SUPER easy! Great idea. Would basically any type of contact paper work? (Seeing as it probably wouldn't be easy to continue to get free samples over time from 3m. LOL
  10. Summerlovin's Avatar
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    Thanks akgofast.

    Edit: Changed my mind about Blue Moo--I don't think I can keep vaping it. It was good for a few hours and then I had to switch. Oh well. Maybe just a little too sweet or something for me.
  11. akgofast's Avatar
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    Good for you young lady. I watched both of my parents die of lung cancer,, I started quitting when my mom was diagnosed.. 12 months now and the journey continues..
    akgofast
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    Forgive me if this is a repost, but I tried the Clone Castle Long from this guy's recipe. It is AWESOME. I won't be buying anymore CLR - this fits the bill for me, YMMV.

    Castle long clone recipe? Anyone?

    To be specific - this particular recipe is what I used (all TFA flavors and high VG):

    kentucky bourbon 2.5%
    vanilla bourbon 1%
    vanillin 1%
    toasted almond 1.5%
    coconut extra 1.5%
    brown sugar extra 1%
    nut bread (acetyl pyrazine) 1.5%

    for a 10ml sample let .5%= 1 drop 20 drops= 1ml pg flavor base.
  13. Mrscorbin24's Avatar
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    So I made up a batch of this. unfortunately did not have EcX Horehound so had to use TFA. Also lowered the TFA Absinthe to 16% and added 2% FA Anise.
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    Steep time For Dragon Leaf 1-5 days.
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    you need to steep it for about 4 weeks.
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    I have been trying to copy roar's peach green tea, and pretty sure he uses TFA. I love peach and green tea, even if I have not nailed roar's yet, the peach greens I have made are pretty good. I am sure it is pretty much juicy peach and tfa green tea he uses, but maybe something else....damn seemingly simple only two flavor blends, not being simple! :P
  17. 2naphish's Avatar
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    LOL! you should write this sort of thing as a regular column. i would definitely subscribe! 1 homemade block and 1 purchased block. but i don't really use them as intended. i found i don't put my stuff down that long...
  18. 2naphish's Avatar
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    i found this most entertaining. i ran into basically the same thing when i went to mech's early on. wondering how far you have gotten into it since this was written. i know i have become a full blown DIY,RDA,high end mech vaporist now coming up on my 1 year vaping(NO analogs) anniversary . best of luck. D
  19. Summerlovin's Avatar
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    I tried the nicotine gum and honestly I just ended up using it as a filler when I couldn't smoke. What you have said is soooo true. After vaping on and off for over a year, I am finally able to switch to vaping and its only because I bought a vv device and upped my nic level. Now that I have done tons of research and realize how many options I have, I am so excited and truly feel that I will NOT smoke again. Analogs are so addictive and I believe the addiction is so much more than the nicotine.
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    Thanks for taking the time to document this.
    There are phenomenal breakthroughs in this field, but only through experimentation.
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