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Here's what I do for the Single Coil Deck.
I like using cotton Bacon because it has no taste, it doesnt taste like crap and if you dryhit it has better potential to hide that burned taste...plus it has a long life and its easy to manipulate!
Get a strip of cotton slightly .5 times bigger then the coil. Roll the end and pull it through the coil, if it has trouble getting through the coil remove some of the cotton...you should feel just a slight resistance pulling it through.
Cut the ends just after the deck, I like to cut them 3-4mm from the decks edge. Then use your tweezers or pick and fluff the tips as much as you can..
Push small bunches of strands into the pocket until its full but not packed...you want the cotton to be fluffy still and if there's alot of cotton thats not in the pocket thats okay....try cutting it so it sits on the deck around the opening...your holes should be walled with cotton so juice cant just flow in, it should be absorbed and pulled in. After you get it in the hole I like to push up just slightly up by the coil, this makes the tips in a arch pattern instead of a straight line with loose cotton on the bottom and tighter cotton on top...this makes all the cotton still loose and fluffy which helps with wicking and juice capacity in the cotton.
Paint your juice on until it is soaked then fire the coil for 1-2 seconds then drip more juice on it and repeat for 2-3 seconds....then cap it and fill it and you should be good to go.