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    100% Rayon fibres cellucotton

    This is starting to make a big impact where it wicks much better than plain cotton and it does not gunk your coils as much and at the same time a very clean only flavor taste.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AopOfFeTJSc
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    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3j8pk3qRizU
    This looks like it will be SICKER than SICK as TITS.
    I will eventually grab some to testing

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    If you're looking for rayon/cellulose, search for "Tencel". It's is available from eBay and specialty fibre suppliers.

    I've got some soaking in vodka and after a long boil should be good to go. I'll let you know how it vapes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by fad View Post
    If you're looking for rayon/cellulose, search for "Tencel". It's is available from eBay and specialty fibre suppliers.

    I've got some soaking in vodka and after a long boil should be good to go. I'll let you know how it vapes.
    I don't believe it is 100% rayon

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    Quote Originally Posted by ratsacker View Post
    I don't believe it is 100% rayon
    And the benefit of 100% rayon would be?

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    Quote Originally Posted by fad View Post
    And the benefit of 100% rayon would be?
    Performance i guess but lets see how it pans out.
    Its the rayon that is kicking ass SICK as TITS but it is new to vaping so will see

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    Not the benefit, but the risk would be is that could be mixed with synthetic fibers, not so good eh? Not Cellulose synthetic but petroleum based synthetic.

    Beware! You are talking to an elitist panty hamster.

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    If natural is what you're looking for I'd have thought Tencel would be more acceptable than Rayon


    Rayon, Modal, and Tencel - Environmental Friends or Foes

    Tencel® is produced from sustainably harvested eucalyptus trees
    Then there's this

    Nanofibrils are the key to the performance of lyocell (Tencel). This is the first cellulose fiber to use this nano technology.
    The nanofibrils are hydrophilic (a strong attraction to absorb water) and optimize absorption of moisture with
    excellent cooling properties by releasing moisture to the air. Lyocell controls and regularly absorbs moisture,
    50% more than cotton and even more than wool
    But the bottom line will be how do they all work. And now they've been talked about I'm sure we'll be trying all of them out.

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    Seriously how much of whats in your wick will **** you up. Most of us used to smoke 30 ciggies a day. Wick material is the last thing to be worrying about.
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    Have you guys read how they make it?

    I'm on phone so couldn't be bothered linking, but to make it they run it through sulfuric acid amongst other things.

    No thanks

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    I found some rayon made for vaping in Germany.
    Fiber Freaks » Products
    There are other sources for rayon which are much cheaper, but finding one that ships to Australia has been hard.

 

 
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