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    Thumbs up Crazy inexpensive drying bag/rack

    Just found this in a site I buy from - non weed site, but they have some cool things. Wonder if they thought of this use???

    Edit - VaporNation found much cheaper one - I defer to his post...

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    Re: Crazy inexpensive drying bag/rack...

    Picked up one from Ikea for about 5 bucks plus change for the end of my last grow and to be honest it works rather well for drying. I hung it in the closet after the grow and let them dry in the rack for about four days before jarring everything. Just letting you know that it will work for drying, whether or not they had intended it.
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    Re: Crazy inexpensive drying bag/rack...

    Damn - $5...

    I gotta go to IKEA more often - thanks for the tip...
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    Re: Crazy inexpensive drying bag/rack...

    Dude I can't see the link! What's it decribes as on there website?
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    Re: Crazy inexpensive drying bag/rack

    Thanks! Just ordered one on amazon after seeing it! Perfect thank you

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    Re: Crazy inexpensive drying bag/rack...

    Quote Originally Posted by VaporNation View Post
    Picked up one from Ikea for about 5 bucks plus change for the end of my last grow and to be honest it works rather well for drying. I hung it in the closet after the grow and let them dry in the rack for about four days before jarring everything. Just letting you know that it will work for drying, whether or not they had intended it.
    Hi Vap,

    can you give a link or description of this? I'd like to see it too.
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    Re: Crazy inexpensive drying bag/rack

    Sure, this will work for small harvests, but for the more serious grower you need more levels and more drying area: Hanging drying rack
    Or the stackable drying rack for a even wider and sturdier drying space.
    But I will definitely suggest the smaller drying racks you guys referred to for my hobby-grow friends.
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    Re: Crazy inexpensive drying bag/rack

    i just checked out this item, how much will it hold?

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    Re: Crazy inexpensive drying bag/rack

    The 8 layer round rack gives you a little over 27 square feet of drying space.
    The 6 layer stackable rack give you 31.5 square feet of drying space.
    Though the 6 layer is way more expensive, it's much sturdier and looks really nice in a corner. You can stack an additional 6 to make it a 12 level easily. Great stuff
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    Re: Crazy inexpensive drying bag/rack

    thats what i was looking at the 6 layer one. do you know how much it will hold though?

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    Re: Crazy inexpensive drying bag/rack

    Hard to say. It's meant to hold wet clothing, so I would say it can definitely hold any amount of harvest. It feels really sturdy.
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