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Shouden-CrD
SILVER Member since Apr 2001

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Location: Tampa, FL, USA

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Posted:Awhile back, I remember reading a thread about foiling your wicks to avoid soot marks and the shinyness on the foil looks cool. Well, after trying it..maybe I just suck, but the foil always comes off after not even a session or two of spinning. On top of that..when I put my gear in my bucket, the foil has a tendency to want to come off...Anyone have any helpful ideas?? (:------------------ [PLUR]-=Crazy Raver Dude=-

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Bendy


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Location: Adelaide, SA, Australia

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Posted:wasn't that for when twirling without fire? So you aren't spinning black sooty things.

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GaBBeRave19


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NYC


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Posted:I use plastic sandwich bags with twist-ties. Works well for me.

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Posted:Oh yeah, I guess you could put tinfoil and then sandwich bags with twist ties. I usually don't worry about "looking cool" if I'm just practicing.If you really want to look cool, try lighting them on fire!
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Shouden-CrD
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Location: Tampa, FL, USA

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Posted:lol I guess your right :PAnd yes it was so that you are not spinning black sooty things..I hate soot marks on my clothing. (:CRD

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