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Thread: Organic cotton

  1. #1
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    Organic cotton

    I thought I'd be able to find some easily in S/M and pharmacies but no luck, and after all the wait for shipping I have endured the last 3 weeks I just didnt want to order online no matter what.
    I did however find this for $3 at chemist warehouse and most other pharmacies:



    Obviously, because it looks like this



    it's not good for making wick out of it.

    But if you boil it for 20mins (which some people say you should anyway) it becomes one big fluff ball, very easy to work with.
    And it tastes great

    Just another option
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    Ahh! I've seen those too when on the hunt, those were all I could find. I'll get some next time I'm out

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    Dont squeeze it to get the water out, just put it in a pasta strainer for a while and then leave it on a towel to dry overnight. It's easier to use if it's fluffy
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    It's the same as normal cotton but without the first half a tank or so of the funky flavour. Meh.

 

 

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