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    Quote Originally Posted by GanjaGuru View Post
    just got a lb of indoor popcorn!!!! For 100$

    Working on batch 2!!!!

    Melted wet so I'm excited about trying it dry.
    Cool, when it dries post up some pics man! What strain?
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    http://www.fullmeltbubble.com/forum/...pictureid=2027

    I only ran half. But if you didn't notice from my being unable to respond the rest of the day, It is good. Melts good.

    Strain looks like grape ape, or something purple and fluffy(unknown)
    This batch was 75%^ and 25% Green Crack(Good G.C.)
    More on the way.

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    Man that looks dank! How many runs did u do on the material? The trainwreck I just got done with looks good, but we'll see!
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    I ran 1/2 of the lb. Maybe less. And I hit it 2x. With a hand held egg beater. Thinking about trying the wooden spoon on a power drill method soon.

    Anyways.

    I keep the first pull all seperated in there own micron.
    The second run, i keep the 73 alone, and mix the 25 & 160.

    I have the boldt bags 220,160,73,25
    I want a 45.

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    I have been using a Boldt Bags 20 gallon 220 micron work bag with my 5 gallon set, they dont look to be too high of quality
    Its cool, they're not mine so I'm giving them back and getting a 20 gallon bubble now soon

    How big of an improvement in quality and yield can I expect with a Bubblenow? Anyone done any comparisons?
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    you still need bubble bags with the bubblenow. I was talking to a rep for a bag company the other day and she said great results came from a wooden spoon in the place of a paint mixing attachment.

    Also the "over and under" style paint mixing attachment.

    but what ever.......
    bottom line is this...only so much trichs to knock off, after that it's plant material. making it suck ass and not melt.

    anyways....
    Boldt bags have rigid sides. And good screens. What is not quality??

    Ever tried bubble bags? Those are suck ass.


    neways....i'm over this thread

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    Quote Originally Posted by GanjaGuru View Post
    you still need bubble bags with the bubblenow. I was talking to a rep for a bag company the other day and she said great results came from a wooden spoon in the place of a paint mixing attachment.

    Also the "over and under" style paint mixing attachment.

    but what ever.......
    bottom line is this...only so much trichs to knock off, after that it's plant material. making it suck ass and not melt.

    anyways....
    Boldt bags have rigid sides. And good screens. What is not quality??

    Ever tried bubble bags? Those are suck ass.


    neways....i'm over this thread

    Yea I've been using a wooden spoon since I started making hash, just started using the kind of attachment u are talking about with a drill when the volume increased and I got that 20 gallon bag.
    And to me, quality would increase with a bubblenow at least because nothing but ice comes in contact with the material...........less plant matter in final product. Also, you don't have to wait for the mix to settle which would be a big time saver.
    Oh and its the stitching that sucks on the Boldt bags, at least it does on the 220 and they just look and feel cheaper made than bubble bags and I have used a few brands of bags to me the best are bubblebags if you have the money.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GanjaGuru View Post

    anyways....
    Boldt bags have rigid sides. And good screens. What is not quality??

    Ever tried bubble bags? Those are suck ass.


    neways....i'm over this thread


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    Quote Originally Posted by bubblecrack View Post
    For real! I have pics of them if I need to post them............I'm borrowing a 3 bag 20 gallon set of Boldt Bags and wont be buying them
    They are decent however
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    First we must discuss the collection of your sugar leaf. This is where many people fall short, mainly because of the way the product is marketed. While your bubble bags may turn trash to stash, if you want Full Melt Clear Dome Bubble Hash, take care when collecting your leaf material. I treat mine virtually like a food-grade ingredient. If I had bugs or mildew or even just a not-perfect harvest, I simply won't make bubble with that type of material. ~Subcool

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