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  • Posts

    • lildaveham
      Once it’s formed into a ball try wrapping it in some cellophane as tight as possible and seal it for the cure.
        Also a drop of water should help bring the powder back to a solid mass then work it for a little in your hands so it becomes soft and malleable then wrap it for a cure. 
      As you are using a trim bin that is 150 microns iirc you will get some plant material this may be why it’s turning to dust again after a dry.  
        Visual example…..  
    • Hashslag
      Five hundred quid for a tent? Jesus Christ. You could build something tailored to your own needs for a fraction of that, I'm sure.
    • Flamedodger
      Line it with some general purpose thermawrap insulation, it’s supposed to be as good as 15mm PIR. £18 for 7.5m x 0.6m from the station of tools  
    • John'sMidnightGarden
      Hi all   It's hashing time for me, I know how it'll go - after some advice please.

      I do it via freezer / Trim Bin.  Roll it with a bottle of boiled water.  It comes out lovely, dark and sticky and smelling gorgeous.  I roll it into a ball, as a sausage or as a flat round disc curled into a cylinder / cigar.

      Give it a month to cure, it become dry, crumbles to dust i.e. not squidgey and delicious.  Not as nice as it started.

      Any ideas or experiences?  This could be the ideal result, I don't know for sure but I really doubt it.