you can only get better then.No problems, other than I suck at cleaning, wiring and embedding 😅
Thick foundation and heavier wire foundation… great tip! I’ve been using medium, which I’m sure a well practiced individual can manage.you can only get better then.
Cleaning = melt out, followed by a quick scrape while still warm.
Wiring = get it done by someone competent at the start, so it doesn't need redoing or at the most a quick re-tension using a staple gun,
Embedding = use thick foundation, a light touch and heavier duty wire.
I'm sure you can, I have cut down full wood and waxed older frames drawn out frames, and plastic frames both without putting a base on the bottom with no trouble so I'm sure you can with bio-frames but I've never used them so ?Hey,
Quick question.... anyone tried cutting down a bioform frame to make it ¾? I don't want plastic but I'm falling out of love with wood/wax (really easy first time, getting annoying now I'm recycling)