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HOW TO MAKE SUPERFINE DUBBING

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YESTERDAY I ASKED HOW TO MAKE SUPERFINE DUBBING. A LOT OF YOU GUYS MADE FUN AND SAID I WASN'T HUMAN. I'M 78 YEARS OLD AND I USE UC BECAUSE IT'S EASIER FOR ME TO READ AND TYPE.

I APPRECIATE THE ANSWERS.

THANK YOU,

JPP

 

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I'm sorry. It didnt seem right and set off some red flags to what spam normally looks like. I'm assuming it would be made like any other dubbing but with a little more grinding. What I do is take whatever fur then put it in a coffee blender then do short bursts to grind it up. After that you can add a little bit of ice dub to add some flash or you can put it in bags as is. 

Sorry for the hate good luck with your dubbing journey.

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49 minutes ago, rp[email protected] said:

YESTERDAY I ASKED HOW TO MAKE SUPERFINE DUBBING. A LOT OF YOU GUYS MADE FUN AND SAID I WASN'T HUMAN. I'M 78 YEARS OLD AND I USE UC BECAUSE IT'S EASIER FOR ME TO READ AND TYPE.

I APPRECIATE THE ANSWERS.

THANK YOU,

JPP

 

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According to Charlie Craven,

"Superfine Dubbing to build a dry fly body. Superfine is a polypropylene fiber with a slight crinkle and a staple length of about 1.25-1.5 inches."

 

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