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Oh no not more bubble

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My latest bubble run, 70mics to the left and 120+160 to the right.

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Thats looking cracking mate, Enjoy :spliff:

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looking sweet that is 2hi.. roughly what amount of trim did you use for that?

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Lovely 2hi mate if you get stuck to finish it give me a shout I'd only be too glad to help bubble it away for ya in a pipe.nice work mate.

TS

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This much,

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Quite a bit of bud to, you can see one of the nuggs on top that hasn't been broken up yet.

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Nice stuff 2hi

Have fun blazing the stuff :russian:

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lovely lookin hash amigo, just lovely.... :skin_up:

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A slice of the good stuff.

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A slice of the good stuff.

Lovely mate....mouthwatering....

Few quick q's:

- how long do you stir for?

- do you use a drill/paint mixer or by hand with a wooden spoon?

- do you use wet or dry trim?

Cheers

GN

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Looks delicious mate, enjoy :yep:

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In ev'ry job that must be done

There is an element of fun

You find the fun and snap!

The job's a game

(Everyone Sing Along)

And ev'ry task you undertake

Becomes a piece of cake

A lark! A spree! It's very clear to see that

A Spoonful of sugar helps the medicine go down

The medicine go down-wown

The medicine go down

Just a spoonful of sugar helps the medicine go down

In a most delightful way

A robin feathering his nest

Has very little time to rest

While gathering his bits of twine and twig

Though quite intent in his pursuit

He has a merry tune to toot

He knows a song will move the job along - for

A Spoonful of sugar helps the medicine go down

The medicine go down-wown

The medicine go down

Just a spoonful of sugar helps the medicine go down

In a most delightful way

:guitar:

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I dry my trim 1st and run it through a camping washing machine and a 220micron zip bag. I've recently started using the jiggling method when draining instead of squeezing as I did before, this drains quicker, you don't get cold hands and imo you get a better bubble. The machine was put on for 2 x 15 min cycles after the water had cooled down, the 3rd run gave me virtually nothing. I didn't use the 20mic bag until I'd run it through the 160, 120 and 70 twice as it takes ages to drain, even with a jiggle.#

The above pic is from the 70 mic bag, this is where I found the purest, it's very clean, the cleanest I've made to date.

I've got some darker bits I've been working by hand, I may marble it.

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Looks fooking lovely 2hi2try :yep:

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that looks amazing nice one

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Have you got another thread with your method in 2hi2try ( What ? I'm a lazy bastard ? )

The camping washing machine sounds interesting and the product looks lovely

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