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Posted: Hi there i'm a newbie in staff spinning and got some questions. all the time I'm practicing with 1.5m long staff made of aluminium with tennis balls on each end. and my question is how can I add some weight to the ends of the staff cause AFAIK it will be heavier with soaked wicks. (much heavier?) I would like to practice with staff which weight would be close to the let's call it 'soaked staff'
hope I made myself clear thx in advance
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I hope that helps.
To be honest, I don't find much difference between dipped and undipped wicks.
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