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hey guys. right now im saving up for a P-tex iron and
ribbons and all that other fun stuff, but i still have
some p tex candles and i'd like to use them up. can anyone
describe the proper technique for BACKROLLING? i've repaired
my cousins board (which hasnt been touched by wax or p tex
in 4 or 5 years), and i would say i did an alright job.
most of parts i repaired(id say around 85-95%) are carbon-free,
but it was hard for me to keep all the carbon out of the
burning candle. can anyone explain exactly how to keep the
carbon out? pictures and/or videos would be very much
appreciated.

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