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    Japenese organic cotton

    I have just started using japenese organic cotton in my builds and wondering if there is a suggested cleaning method before using it. I have been using the silica wicks or sterile cotton and thaught i would give japenese ago after reading some good reviews on it.
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    Its not really required,
    although that maybe the country hick in me talking.

    if your really anal about it

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    I don't sterilise my fruit or vegies that comes form the ground before eating them, so I figure why would I do anything different with organic cotton? I just wick it and start vaping myself.

    I can understand with treated/cleaned cotton because there is bleach and who knows what used so you would want to remove as much chemical residue as possible. But if it gives you comfort or peace of mind then by all means clean and/or sterilise till your content.
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    You don't inhale fruit and veggies, you put them in your stomach. (well most do, but they have been known to go other places also)

    That said i can't be assed boiling cotton either. No-one sterilized the tobacco I smoked for years.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Northerner View Post
    . (well most do, but they have been known to go other places also)

    assed
    I see what you did there, well played
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    Quote Originally Posted by Northerner View Post
    You don't inhale fruit and veggies
    lmao, my wife say's you obviously haven't seen the way I eat!

    As to the fact of eating Vs inhaling the cotton...meh... I'm not inhaling or eating the cotton itself am I, it's just there as a wicking agent (mode of transport). That said you have me thinking now, hey if it tastes good I'd eat anything. Heck, ok I'll be honest, taste has nothing to do with it, I do pretty much eat anything and everything rofl.
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    I just wick it and straight to my lungs! Koh gen doh is awesome! I do peel the outer layer of it like an onion!

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    Quote Originally Posted by IvanDOTJ View Post
    I just wick it and straight to my lungs! Koh gen doh is awesome! I do peel the outer layer of it like an onion!
    You dont need to take the outer layer off you just need to peel it down the middle so you have 2 bits.
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    Quote Originally Posted by shanea1 View Post
    You dont need to take the outer layer off you just need to peel it down the middle so you have 2 bits.
    It becomes to thin and I don't like it Haha

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    If you're really concerned then boil them and let them dry in the sun so the U.V rays will destroy the tiny bit of bacteria left.

 

 
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