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navigator9

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I'm way too "fancy soap" challenged to even think about trying this technique, but...I did see this thing and think of those of you who do the complicated techniques, and I thought, hmmmm would this make it easier to do that traveling funnel pour? It seems like you would have greater control of how much and where to place the batter, instead of pouring it. What do you think? Always seeing things as soap related, even when they're not!

https://www.pinterest.com/pin/65935582022434217/

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That might work for you. Looks like a good idea.
 

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That looks like it could be really useful for things like that. Or drop swirls, or anything that involves laying down a straight line.

Darn it, now I want one.
 

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You'd need a few though, wouldn't you? For a funnel pour you're using multiple colours.
I'm just thinking of all that washing up ... :?
 

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You'd need a few though, wouldn't you? For a funnel pour you're using multiple colours.
I'm just thinking of all that washing up ... :?
Wham! Practicality strikes again! Well heck, you have to clean more than one cup anyway, right??
 

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Let's see now...
Base color straight from the mixing bowl and two from the dispensers. That could work nicely as long as nothing accelerates.
Where's that list of FO's that likes low water?!?
 

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I hate squeeze bottles...they are a pain to clean. I have several and rarely use them. However I do like the long spout measuring cups. You just need to pour at a thinner trace or it globs over the sides.
 

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