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Old 10-07-2021, 09:40 PM
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I've done my test too like this, but not upside down like WW...
I have a catt, a phal and a vanda

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brilliant!

i will add to Roberta's comment that braided fishing line, expensive, but it last a very long time and is unbreakable for our purposes.

i only use it for situations where it is structural, the mounting thread i want gone in a year or two tops so i like the velco best still
I use it for redfish, so the cost is minimal for me!
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Mmmmm redfish! I can just see them shouldering the water. Such a great fish to catch and eat!!!
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My phal is upside down Sade, because it's under timed misters that go off several times a day. It's to avoid crown rot, and I was just too lazy to get it hung "just so" to avoid water in the crown.
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I hope you didn't toss the bingo balls. You could have mixed them with your LECA.
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My phal is upside down Sade, because it's under timed misters that go off several times a day. It's to avoid crown rot, and I was just too lazy to get it hung "just so" to avoid water in the crown.
But that is a very good point!
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For those who've tried this mounting technique, how are you liking it? Updated photos? Thanks.
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I think we need a new forum devoted to bondage, plant abuse and discipline.
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For those who've tried this mounting technique, how are you liking it? Updated photos? Thanks.
Which mounting technique?

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[QUOTE=WaterWitchin;977953]Which mounting technique?[COLOR="Silver"]



Thanks. The tamandama technique discussed in harpspiel's OP and related techniques mentioned in the replies. (Ok, I get that this isn't strictly a (typical) mount, but since it's posted in this forum ...
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