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any way to redo it?
    #4119252 - 05/01/05 05:32 PM (12 years, 1 month ago)

If you used the wrong casing material is there any way to re-do it without causing significant damage?


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Re: any way to redo it? [Re: HidingInPlainSight]
    #4119296 - 05/01/05 05:50 PM (12 years, 1 month ago)

scrape it of and redo it. Depending on how long ago you cased dunk the sapwn first.As log as you havent had any pins, the damage should be managable.


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Re: any way to redo it? [Re: HidingInPlainSight]
    #4119300 - 05/01/05 05:50 PM (12 years, 1 month ago)

What do you mean exactly? If you're talking immediately after the casing is applied, then just clean/wash it off, dry, and then apply a new casing material. If it's been a significant amount of time (couple days ++) and you have colonization and/or primordia forming, then in that case it's very harmful to remove the casing layer. Depends on the time frame you're looking at here.


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Re: any way to redo it? [Re: Holydiver]
    #4123447 - 05/02/05 03:14 PM (12 years, 1 month ago)

ok.. there was maybe a 1cm spot that colonized...
it was about 2 days into it..

I filled the container with water, removed floating chunks of BRF cake, lighlty rinsed, dried, and re-cased with 50/50+..

into the incubator it goes.


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