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good wicking cotton. there are some imperfections, however i doubt this has any affect on the function. just remember to peal the outer layers away before use.
I like this material because it is easy to wick and there is no impact on flavour. It was delivered ahead on time.
When I first tried this cotton, I thought that there were impurities in it as there are little spots or black dots on the surface. I cut strips a little wider than I thought I'd need for the coils that I'd made and was looking at how I'd be able to "fix" the impurity issues... AHA!!! there are protective layers.. Ok, so I peeled back the outside thin layers to reveal some amazingly pure cotton of the finest quality. The fact that they thought to protect the pureness of their cotton till you are about to use it is awesome!
Couple quick tips...
Always cut along the fibres not across or your wicks will fall apart
Cut wider than what you will need for the coils.
peel off both sides of protective sheets (Needle nose tweezers help here)as thinly ass possible.
roll ends both in same direction to form a good wick that is easy to thread through your coils. (roll both ends away from you and then towards you not twist in opposite directions as this will bunch the fibres up )
Although some of the above tips may seem obvious to some people, I felt it was worth pointing them out to those new at building coils or those that have never used this sort of cotton before.