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Posted:Ive been twirling poi for a few months and really want to start using fire, i was gonna order some off of this site (too lazy to make em), but not sure which ones. I wondered if there are certain ones good for first timers? Or does it all depend on the effect im after? xx tatty xx------------------
Posted:There's a few other threads about this, so you may want to search to try and find them. It's a common question. Maybe start with this thread.Personally, I like the cathedral wick poi because the general opinion is the flame is a bit bigger and the burn time slightly better. The tube core wicks are also good, a bit cheaper, and you can dip them easier using glass jars (the cathedral tend to be too wide).Happy twirling!
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Posted:Welcome to the board Non-Https Image Link You might want to do a search about that cause many people here have posted earlier with very acurate information Non-Https Image Link Personnaly I am all for cathedral wicks.Again, do a search and you'll find every answer to your questionshine onCassandra
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Posted:Excellent! I think we're both in the same mood today! (I'll reply properly when I'm in a better writing mood). But if in French you say "great spirits meet" how do other French people know what you're saying as that's English? (OK, I'm in a silly mood today, sorry!)Tatty, I'll politely add a welcome as well Non-Https Image Link