Which wicking material works best for flavor?

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  1. danblas

    danblas Member For 1 Year

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    I have always used Japanese Organic Cotton as wicking material but in the next few days I will be receiving some "Texas Tuff" wick. Now I am reading about cellucotton Rayon and how great it is for taste and how easy it is to wick with. Not so much into clouds as I am into flavor, I would love feedback on this cellucotton Rayon or any wicking material for flavor! Thank you!
     
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    danblas Member For 1 Year

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    I just saw something about Cotton Bacon on ebay, yummy Bacon....
     
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    AmandaD Platinum Contributor Member For 3 Years

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    I've been using rayon for a very long time now,and to me it gives the cleanest flavor.
     
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    danblas Member For 1 Year

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    Is it easier to work with? Or is it about the same as organic cotton?
     
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    AmandaD Platinum Contributor Member For 3 Years

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    It's not hard to work with!
     
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    Angrygod50 Gold Contributor Member For 1 Year

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    +1 for Rayon
     
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    richardward77 Silver Contributor Member For 2 Years

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    I got some cotton bacon a while back because people were saying how great it was but to be honest I find Japanese cotton pads wick better and taste better than the cotton bacon it was the cotton bacon v2 I bought.

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    +1 for rayon I think it's easier to wick bc you just stuff as much as you can. There's no real sweet spot to get right and the taste is better not by a lot but there's no break in time.
     
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    I find it is not as much about Organic cotton, Muji Cotton, Cotton Bacon or any other type of processed cotton. As it is about properly preparing your cotton and using the correct amount for wicking. My preferred method is either the Scotish roll or the Sushi roll .
     

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