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Old 04-05-2013, 04:59 AM
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i have no problems pulling a few hivis fibers out of the package

use a pair of tweezers if your fingers are too big or you just want to pull some fibers

you can take the entire wad out of the baggie, pull the amount of fibers you need and then just fold the wad to return to the baggie

Remove the hiviz and use a rubber band or a twist tie to keep it together

Be creative, experiment
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