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ICE WAX (bubble hash) with Matt Rize

Discussion in 'Concentrates and Extracts' started by Matt Rize, Sep 14, 2010.

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    Matt Rize

    Matt Rize Hashmaster

    Microplaning is how you separate the heads, increasing surface area for a faster more efficient dry. It’s really the one major technique to take away from this thread.
    Also the amount of time to wick a puck and the temperature of the wick stage are variable. Freeze stage is also variable. But I think you are probably taking too long, and wicking too warm. Room temp is a variable term but there is no reason to let the hash be room temperature before it’s fully dry. Cold is your friend! If your finger tips are freezer burnt ur doing it right.
     
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    chemphlegm

    chemphlegm Well-Known Member

    Matt my man!! good to see you. its been years and years, hope all is well.
     
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    Terrapin2

    Terrapin2 Well-Known Member

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    right on. i hear you. thanks for the tips.

    here are a few examples of some dry ice wax. all trim run.
     
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    TheBFA

    TheBFA Member

    Is ice necessary for making the bubble hash? I've watched French Canoli's video on making it, and it seems like he's saying when the ice is fresh, it may damage the trim more and create more unwanted particles (during agitation).

    It's 9°F outside right now. I can get the water even cooler doing this outside than using ice water inside.
     
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    Randodred

    Randodred Member

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    Randodred

    Randodred Member

    What are you using to agitate..
    Ive used all from wooden spppn to wooden ore as well as mini cement mixer gotten melt from all..
    It is abt the product first and lightly agitating second

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    TheBFA

    TheBFA Member

    I'm going to use a paint mixing rod and low gear on a drill.
     

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