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Wal Mart kief sifter


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bigloudvtwin

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Well it's almost all from wal mart. I got the silkscreen off of ebay. It's only 90 micron openings but good quality kief only in the tote.
I cut a hole in the end and hot glued half of a plastic jar with the lid for loading/unloading. Rotiserie was $25, tote was $4.97 silkscreen was $14 and I used about a third of it.
This pile is from about an ounce of trim/shake. I'm going to keep stock piling it and press it into some really nice hard pucks. Peace

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very innovative, needs to be a smaller version looks like hidden raffle game

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I like this A LOT!!!! Im going to try and make it smaller and put a glass baking pan under it. IMO it would be easier to scrape up the kief from glass than plastic. Plus you might end up scraping bits of plastic.

I got an old RONCO SHOWTIME ROTISSERIE. Maybe that would work without using the heat feature and then put the glass pan on the bottom.

I cant wait till I harvest to have some trim to do this!!!

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I was gonna put some glass under it but, the kief actually ends up on the sides of the tote as well. I just use a credit card or similar to scrape it up so no plastic comes off. I'm going to have a lot of trim for this soon and am not gonna need to get too picky about getting it all. Probably going to end up with bout 10-15 grams of kief. It'll press into a nice little brick. In hind sight i should have used a larger jar to glue in (mason jar size only plastic) oh well. Peace

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timbob

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Awesome man definitely going to try this with my own spin on it but great idea!

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Use a small paint brush It will work better than a CC.

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Use a small paint brush It will work better than a CC.


The kief wouldn't stick in the bristles? I have to think you'd lose some in there, although it would be a very miniscule amount. With the CC you don't really lose any, some kief might stick to it because of static, but you can just remove that with a knife or something similar.

To the OP, nice work. You've inspired me to attempt to make my own in the future!

Edited by Ripped Drifter, 05 September 2011 - 07:03 PM.


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You should find a way to collect it rather then having it just go inside the tote. maybe metal duct work?


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