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42g German FORKED Rooting Needles, 6 Pack

$4.15
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0.12 LBS
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42G German Steel FORKED Rooting Needle, 6 Pack  (that's only 69c per needle!)

(if you need more, increase quantity of 6 packs.  Limit 96 needles in one order please)

Back by popular demand!  It has NO barbs, but rather a tiny fork at the end of the needle.  These are the best needles to use for finer quality mohair.  They leave a nearly invisible hole, too.  It fits uncut into my mushroom handled rooting tool or the wooden needle holder.

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ALWAYS clean the needle with rubbing alcohol before using!!  The factory coats them with oil to prevent rust.  It's best to leave the factory oil on to protect your needles until just before you use them.

 

 

 

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  • 5
    42 G German forked rooting needles

    Posted by diane greene on Mar 19th 2018

    I love these other needles break to easily not these. I made a holder from a online hint wrapping oven bake clay around needle and baking in oven. Still using the same needle no break, nearly done with doll head. Best by far

  • 5
    42 g german forked needle

    Posted by Viktoria on Feb 15th 2018

    Great product.

  • 5
    My ONLY needle need!

    Posted by Bonnie on Mar 31st 2017

    Jean is absolutely correct about this needle; it is THE only one I use to guarantee that not only with grab a hair or two, but "land it". I would be sad, very, very sad, if they were ever unavailable.

  • 5
    My Go To Needle

    Posted by Jean Campbell on Mar 6th 2017

    This needle is excellent for only grabbing one to two hairs at a time. I find them to be super strong, I have to replace them when they get dull as I now do not break them. You do need to find the sweet spot, but what I have done is mark my holder with an arrow so I know where the fork is.