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hi

have seen different FO called heavy and light what do others define as heavy FO's and light FO's

no laughing please im new to this :embarasse

Everyone here for the most part is very nice. No matter how silly the question may seem, we all have been new.

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Everyone here for the most part is very nice. No matter how silly the question may seem, we all have been new.

Your question has already been answered!!!:wink2:

i know everyones nice here and answers :D but there are times when as a new kid on the block i feel a little :embarasse asking questions that may seem to have obvious answer, but then if you dont ask you dont learn

long may the questions keep coming

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  • 8 months later...

I differentiate by saying whether the scent is heavy or the oil is heavy. A heavy oil is one to wick up on. A heavy scent is strong and/or headache-inducing for people overly sensitive to smells.

With that in mind, I thought about starting a thread asking what FOs people have found heavy that they need to wick up on, and which are lighter so that our standard choices for wicks work. For example, 36-24-36 zinc wicks are working for me in IGI 4794 wax with some FOs, but I get better throw with bigger wicks in other FOs. Does anyone know if a thread like that already exists? I found this one while searching for that.

Edit: found a thread like I was looking for: http://www.craftserver.com/forums/showthread.php?t=32069&highlight=heavy

Darbla

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