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    Rubber in the oil

    So towards the end of my vials some times I get a little bit of rubber pieces in there. I've been just setting those vials to the side and grabbing a new one.. anyways what's a good way to filter your oil to get out little pieces of rubber.

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    Maybe use a smaller gauge needle to draw with so you don't run into that problem? You can get syringe filters on amazon though. Watch what kind they are though...a lot of non sterile ones out there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Multislacking View Post
    Maybe use a smaller gauge needle to draw with so you don't run into that problem? You can get syringe filters on amazon though. Watch what kind they are though...a lot of non sterile ones out there.
    Sounds good man and yeah I had a buddy recommend drawing with a smaller needle. I have been using 18g which I will probably go with a 23g now. Thanks man!!

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    23 still might take a while to draw. I don't have issues using 20g to draw.
    Quote Originally Posted by Mski0311 View Post
    Sounds good man and yeah I had a buddy recommend drawing with a smaller needle. I have been using 18g which I will probably go with a 23g now. Thanks man!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mski0311 View Post
    Sounds good man and yeah I had a buddy recommend drawing with a smaller needle. I have been using 18g which I will probably go with a 23g now. Thanks man!!
    This will solve your problem. I only draw with 23g because of this. Its a little slower but better than getting stopper shavings all the time

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    I was using bigger gauge at first but felt it made too big a hole and now use 26 gauge which works great.


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    Quote Originally Posted by biggd View Post
    I was using bigger gauge at first but felt it made too big a hole and now use 26 gauge which works great.


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    26g huh? That draws fine?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mski0311 View Post
    26g huh? That draws fine?
    Yeah Iím using slim pins with 26 gauge and it draws fine for me. Then I just backload the slim pins with non detachable 31 gauge needles.


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    Quote Originally Posted by biggd View Post
    Yeah Iím using slim pins with 26 gauge and it draws fine for me. Then I just backload the slim pins with non detachable 31 gauge needles.


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    Nice! Now I just have to filter my oil then use 26 g to draw so i dont have this issue again. Still not 100% sure on how to properly filter

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mski0311 View Post
    Nice! Now I just have to filter my oil then use 26 g to draw so i dont have this issue again. Still not 100% sure on how to properly filter
    If it was me I would just throw them away. My time ainít worth it for the cost of a new bottle or bottles.


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    Quote Originally Posted by biggd View Post
    If it was me I would just throw them away. My time ainít worth it for the cost of a new bottle or bottles.


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    I feel you. I just hate wasting anything if its salvageable. Plus I probably have a good half vial worth with the vials I have set aside.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mski0311 View Post
    I feel you. I just hate wasting anything if its salvageable. Plus I probably have a good half vial worth with the vials I have set aside.
    Yeah Iím just lazy and even if it saves me $50 I ainít doing the extra work .

    I know chase irons has made videos on YouTube on how to joke brew which will be the kinds of filters you will probably need to remove the rubber from the oils.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Insane Intensity View Post
    23 still might take a while to draw. I don't have issues using 20g to draw.
    Yeah I just tried a 23g and it was a pain. Gonna try 20g next time

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    The rubber in it is the Stopper but I'm sure you know this already.
    I use to use the same Stopper til I found this issue out. I switched to silicon Stoppers for all my brews now. Alot better of course.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Twk303 View Post
    The rubber in it is the Stopper but I'm sure you know this already.
    I use to use the same Stopper til I found this issue out. I switched to silicon Stoppers for all my brews now. Alot better of course.
    Did you purchase them separately and switch them out when you cracked a new vial open?

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    Quote Originally Posted by biggd View Post
    Yeah Iím just lazy and even if it saves me $50 I ainít doing the extra work .

    I know chase irons has made videos on YouTube on how to joke brew which will be the kinds of filters you will probably need to remove the rubber from the oils.


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    Hahaha I feel you man. I'll check out the youtube videos and see what I can find.

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