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Old 03-24-2005, 07:44 PM
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For how long and what temperature should i bake my coco fibre at????????? :?:
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Old 03-24-2005, 07:52 PM
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I wouldn't bake coco fiber. All I see is a coco fiber flash bang going off. Boil it in water if you want to treat it.
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Old 03-24-2005, 08:17 PM
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If you are baking it to dry it out, I would say about 200, and just keep an eye on it.
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I think he wants to dry it for a background, am I right? I baked coco bedding before, thin layers in cookie sheets worked best for me. It dries pretty quick and I had the temp up pretty high.
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yeah its for my background. So i was just wondering. thanks for all the input
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I baked mine in large cookie trays at 350F for a hour or two. Every 30min you should mix it a bit as the top dries out but the bottom does not. The thinner the layer on the cookie trays, the faster it will dry, I wouldn't put more than 1" of coco at a time, it will take a long time to dry out.

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I did mine in short increments at 240. Worked out quite well.
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