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Has anyone ever tried sprinkling a little diazo on their herb?
What are the results like?

Kidding.

I recently got a quart of the Macdermid Autosol 6000.
The booklet says no need to mix water, just add the diazo to the bucket.
So how does this process go?
I add the diazo, leave the lid open, and how long after can I start applying the emulsion. Also what is the shelf life of emulsion laced with diazo.

It should be a new street name for the herb... I got that diazo..

Bobby, I should have never smoked that nug of diazo you gave me last night. I couldn't feel my brain...
 

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drug references aside..

does the little bottle have a liquid or a small amt of powder in it? normally an emulsion that uses a diazo powder comes w/ a the brown bottle of diazo powder that you fill w/ water to the shoulder of the bottle and then mix it well into the emulsion. If yours already has water, then just mix that in as is.

Let it sit for a couple hours in the dark w/ the lid just set on top of the bucket loosely. You're good to go after that. If you need the screens right away it's not going to make a huge difference to coat them as soon as you mix it. Just coat slow to avoid bubbles.
 

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hahahaha hell yeah that diazo kush gets you riiiight mayne

ive tried diazo emulsion before - all you do is add the specified amount of diazo, usually the full bottle they give you to the emulsion base and mix. i put the lid back on mine and roll it but you can stir it as well. the shelf life after its mixed depends on what brand you have - check with the manufacturer. I applied the emulsion to screens right after mixing thoroughly with no ill effects.
 

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does the little bottle have a liquid or a small amt of powder in it? normally an emulsion that uses a diazo powder comes w/ a the brown bottle of diazo powder that you fill w/ water to the shoulder of the bottle and then mix it well into the emulsion. If yours already has water, then just mix that in as is.

Let it sit for a couple hours in the dark w/ the lid just set on top of the bucket loosely. You're good to go after that. If you need the screens right away it's not going to make a huge difference to coat them as soon as you mix it. Just coat slow to avoid bubbles.
i second that
 
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