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    I just ordered a WWS applicator... I might get a Nooch one and see how they compare
    Did someone say whitcomb?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Intermodalman View Post
    I just ordered a WWS applicator... I might get a Nooch one and see how they compare
    Hope it works well for you! Did you order the Micro?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Metrolink View Post
    Hope it works well for you! Did you order the Micro?
    Yes I did, now to find the actual grass
    Did someone say whitcomb?

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    Try scenic express http://www.sceneryexpress.com/searchprods.asp

    Just do a search on static grass
    "It's not whats best......It's whats best for you"

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    I am curious--some of you who have build your own, what negative ion generator did you use? I am building one and wanted to do it as cheaply as possible, so I bought a really cheap generator--did not work. I then bought a slightly more expensive generator--also did not work. Clearly this it the one area of this project where one does not want to skimp. What generator did you use that worked well?

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    I used a fly swatter, https://www.harborfreight.com/electr...ter-61351.html
    and a tea strainer from the dollar store.
    "It's not whats best......It's whats best for you"

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    Quote Originally Posted by ronstrainsnthings View Post
    I am curious--some of you who have build your own, what negative ion generator did you use? .........Clearly this it the one area of this project where one does not want to skimp. What generator did you use that worked well?

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    I could check back through my eBay records, but I bought a very specific one off eBay. It was the cheapest one that had the number of wires I needed. I believe mine was a 3-wire, and i don't believe I paid for than a few bucks for it. I would suggest, instead, that if you're having issues with yours not working, you should verify your wiring and everything else first. Literally everyone I know that built their own (Probably a half-dozen of us locally) bought an eBay cheapy.

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    Just got the WWS one in, it only came with the one sieve head... I think I'm going to just go with the nooch. I'm selling the WWS one, never used (just got it from the mailbox ten minutes ago), if anyone is interested drop me a PM.
    Did someone say whitcomb?

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    Nooch? Are you referring to "Noch?"
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