Lord of War

HYDRATING BUCKET COMBO

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SPECIFICATIONS

Gel Ball Size:

7mm – 8mm

Amount:

10 000 Rounds

Hydrating Time:

4 Hours

Storage Time:

2 Weeks

Colour:

White

Hardness:

Hard

DESCRIPTION

Sometimes getting started with gel blasters can be a daunting task, not knowing what to do and how to hydrate the gels and the size of the bucket that you need. It can get very confusing, lucky with this easy starter pack, it has made it simple. With a hydrating bucket, a pack of 10,000 Milky White Gel Balls and speed loader its everything that you would need to get started. Simply pour the packet of gel balls into the bucket, pour the water in, and wait 4 hours, drain the water, and pour the gels into the speed loader. It is really that easy!

INCLUDED
  • 1 x Pack of 10,000 Milky White Gel Balls
  • 1 x Gel Blaster Gel Ball Speed Loader
  • 1 x Gel Ball Hydrating Collapsible Bucket
TIPS
  • TIP 1: When growing your Gel Balls it is important to use standard tap water at minimum. Do not use Bore Water as this can cause issues with the gel balls and give them inconsistent sizing. Causing them to jam up the internals of the blaster. The purer the water the better the gel balls will turn out, for the best hardness and consistency use Distilled Water. ©LORDOFWAR
  • TIP 2: When Growing your gels in standard temperature tap water, they need to be fully submerged underwater for a minimum of 4-5 hours. Once you have grown your gels, leave them in water and keep them under 30 degrees and not in direct sunlight for a maximum of 2 weeks for best performance. ©LORDOFWAR
  • TIP 3: Once your gel balls are ready for use, strain any excess water off before use, do not fully dry them as they need dampness for lubrication to work properly. ©LORDOFWAR
  • TIP 4: It is advised to not consume the gel balls, but in the case of accidental consumption the Gel Balls are completely safe, Non-Toxic, and environmentally friendly. If you do become concerned do call your local doctor or GP for more advice. ©LORDOFWAR