Cotton yarn for wick

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  1. skoot

    skoot Super Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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  3. skoot

    skoot Super Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    Yeah, I want to use un-dyed organic though.
     
  4. pdib

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    I'm using some drugstore cotton yarn. Tastes cleaner than the unbleached cheesecloth I used to use. Its very good.
     
  5. adeline

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    I've used (a different) organic yarn. Works well!
     
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    :laugh: I initially thought that said "orgasmic yarn". I was like "Wow, what"s Adeline up to?" :laugh:
     
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    skoot Super Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    I work in the organic tea/supplements industry, and our company has organic in the name. Yeah, I've heard all the "organic/orgasmic" jokes. ;)
     
  8. supertrunker

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    I use unbleached cotton - i still boil it a couple of times - but i reckon nothing wicks better. No dry burning and just keep it wet ofc. I use it in Nova's and RBAs all the time in preference to silica.

    T
     
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    This is also what I use. I put the skein inside of a Ziploc bag with a small hole in it to pull the yarn through. The bag keeps the yarn nice and clean. A skein of this stuff will last for years and years.

    I've been using this now for just over a year. I don't even boil it. I just clip off what I need and thread it into the coil of my atty's. Nice clean vape and easy to install.

    Marty
     
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