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    Does Anyone Use SS Mesh Wicks Anymore?

    Hi,

    I still personally think that stainless steel mesh wicks gave a better flavour than cotton. Maybe it is my imagination but... Does anybody here use stainless steel mesh wicks anymore? And is there any other way to use them other than on the old tilt'n'vape genesis atty's? Cause that was really annoying. Is there a better way?

    Thanks,

    Toe.
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    I run a mesh wick in my taifun. Awesome vape.
    Google should help

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    I run mesh on my bf99, kraken v1.2, nextgen and ina'x mk11r.. Flavour is on point..


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    Yup. Even new vapers use mesh. I run them on an In'ax, Origens and a bluetongue.

    Mind you I don't think they give abetted flavour in all instances but for tobaccos, menthols they work great.

    Thicker stuff like creams TC + cotton IMO is better.


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    Some people also run mesh in some drippers, like Hellfires, and I've seen a few Roses done with mesh.

    I preferred mesh for running fruit type flavours, in particular anything with citrus. It's been a while since I've done one though, cold weather and I normally tend towards a lot of creams such with cotton.
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    300 mesh is also *great* for doing a first filter on a natural concentrate extraction. It was developed for lab use initially ;-)
    Chris: Tobacco free since 17:00 15th March 2013.

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    5 out of 7 setups infront of me are running mesh at the moment.


    Mainly because I've been lazy and haven't rewicked the last couple.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fractal View Post
    Some people also run mesh in some drippers, like Hellfires, and I've seen a few Roses done with mesh.

    I preferred mesh for running fruit type flavours, in particular anything with citrus. It's been a while since I've done one though, cold weather and I normally tend towards a lot of creams such with cotton.
    Also mesh with tobaccos, spirits and menthols!

    The best thing about mesh in drippers are for taste testing juices, in which case I soak directly on the mesh without any reserve. A quick burn to dry to switch flavours.


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    I use mesh occasionally but the real problem is getting "good" mesh. Not many stores keep it in stock and the ones that do soon sell out.
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