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Old 19-05-2020, 11:29 AM   #31
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What denier should we use though?
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Old 19-05-2020, 11:40 AM   #32
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What denier should we use though?
I suppose it depends on the size of your vessel and how much resin you have. Heavy duty ones would be a safe bet me thinks Stockings look great on but dont hold much Disclaimer.. im not getting blamed for tights that are too flimsy causing a spillage
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What denier should we use though?

Just done a resin change using tights. What an absolutely brilliant idea. It works an absolute treat so much less mess. I’ve kept the other leg for next time.


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Then wash and back in the draw before anyone notices they are gone.
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i’ve kept the other leg for next time.
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Just done a resin change using tights. What an absolutely brilliant idea. It works an absolute treat so much less mess. I’ve kept the other leg for next time.


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Recycling is echologic and great for the planet I wonder if that lady in the video now realizes how clever she was Save the other leg for next time Brilliant
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Old 26-05-2020, 10:19 AM   #38
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Then wash and back in the draw before anyone notices they are gone.
There probably the size of a Hammock after all that weight
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What denier should we use though?
Err not fishnets then?
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What would people recommend between the Vyair 7L and 11L? Both more or less the same price!

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