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Re-wicking - Doubts

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  • Re-wicking - Doubts

    I recently bought some cotton for rewicking from Amit "KLAUD COTTON" to advance my own vaping experience. I am using the Joyetech CLR-Ti coils. A few things which i noticed which i need your help/advice.

    1. My effort as to how thick the wadding should be appears to be trial and error, my second rewicking i guess was too little and ended up with gurgling sounds every time i vaped. - I am therefore guessing that there should be a minimum wadding thickness
    2. I noticed some filaments (cotton dust) when i was trimming the cotton. Is this normal?
    3. I have not washed this cotton prior to wicking - Is it recommended or not?


    Any help will be appreciated.

    Juggy
    It's better to burn out, than it is to rust
    The King is gone, but is not forgotten

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    Re: Re-wicking - Doubts

    My Klaud cotton review here: http://www.indianvapers.com/forum/in...pic,982.0.html
    https://www.facebook.com/groups/TheG...pingCommunity/
    https://www.facebook.com/groups/IndianVapers/
    YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/indianvapers

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      Re: Re-wicking - Doubts

      Minimum thickness with klaud should be "little" lesser than snug or friction fit inside coil. Initial priming take little more time...once saturated it works smoothly. Too less would result in leaking/ gurgling. Share your rewicking pics for better judgment out here imo.

      No washing required...

      This is staple straight long cotton fibers so least chance of dust or whatever...

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        Re: Re-wicking - Doubts

        Thank you for your inputs on this, can the obviously pros please put some snaps of the wicks made with it? I too shall post a pick of my wicking for your inputs on the same.

        Juggy
        It's better to burn out, than it is to rust
        The King is gone, but is not forgotten

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