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Old 01-15-2012, 11:03 PM
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I bought a Wapsi 12 color Antron box from Cabelas. That's sorta my standard. It may be a little shiny for some dries, but it's inexpensive, a variety of colors and it's easy to learn to dub. You can always mix in other textures, more shine, longer fibers etc.
P.S. Free nylon dubbing in assorted colors at your local carpet warehouse. Mix the color you want, chop the fibers to the required length. Look around where they cut the capets to size.
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