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WLT casings ... simple spray and wait or what?

Smokin Harley

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Last order of leaf I put in for 2 of the "add a tsp of water and spray" casings meant for cigarettes but I might use them in part of a pipe blend.
Specifically #2 and #3 .

http://wholeleaftobacco.com/Cigarette-Tobacco-Casing-for-Air-Cured-Types-Casing2.htm
http://wholeleaftobacco.com/CigaretteTobacco-Casing-General-Purpose-Casing3.htm

If you've had any experience using these , can you please give me a little feedback as to how much and what variety of tobacco you treated with each bottle.
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The instructions say "add 1 tablespoon of water". The directions on the website are exactly what each casing is intended for.

There is no specific science for dosage. There is a little bit of a learning curve to find the amounts of casing used and on which types that you personally prefer.

I have had some positive feedback on the casing #3 being used on Flue Cured types.
 
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