H202 wash - trim before or after?


#1

Hi All! I’m doing my first h202 wash today and I’ve watched the video that’s floating around with the very nice man doing his wash. In the video he washes the branches before the wet trim but wouldn’t it be better to wash them after? Less material to wash, and the fan dry wouldn’t take as long is what I’m thinking.

If I’m missing something let me know, thanks guys and gals!


#2

Wet trim first makes more sense to me. That’s my method.


#3

@PhantomFarmer

Thanks very much :slight_smile:


#4

Completely agree with @PhantomFarmer @TALKINTOBOB