Diciple_Of_AresBRONZE Member
Member
19 posts
Location: South Florida, USA


Posted:
i bought my fire poi a few months ago and i have been practicond with them ever since (i dont have any practice poi) and they've started to fray. the style of wich i have is "lotus" something. it's like a cathedral, but staggered (sorry i dont have a pic)...

should i trim off the frayed edges before i go for my first burn, or leave then as they are? is there anyway to fix them? ive heard regular white glue is good, but will it hold up when i light up??

please help?

...please?

"if there are no stupid questions, what do stupid people ask? Do they get smart just in time to ask a question?"


strugzBRONZE Member
Carpal \'Tunnel
3,964 posts
Location: Southampton - Possibly..., United Kingdom


Posted:
Yo dude - cut them - dont pull the freyed bits they will just frey more.....

A good thing to do is cover them in PVA glue or wood glue (its the same thing) that protects the wicks loads and still lets them burn well.

smile

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Diciple_Of_AresBRONZE Member
Member
19 posts
Location: South Florida, USA


Posted:
awesome! thank you!

"if there are no stupid questions, what do stupid people ask? Do they get smart just in time to ask a question?"


entheogenGOLD Member
member
173 posts
Location: Berlin, Germany


Posted:
making a practice set for new moves'll help the lesson this problem in the future.

'There are two mantras in life, yum and yuk. I choose yum.'


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