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place your trimmings in the freezer also for the same amount of time. When you go to start making your extract, place your trimmings into the mason jar, when the jar is full (or you are out of product) add the alcohol. Put the lid on the mason jar and turn up and down and around and shake for about 30 seconds. take the lid off and pour through the metal screen strainer into the plastic tupperware container. basically u are seperating out the alcohol from the plant material at this stage. throw out the plant material, rinse out the mason jar, and fill the mason jar with the alcohol now seperated from the plant material. go outside (if you arent already) and set up your coffee pot with the metal coffee filter, then place about 10 paper coffee filters on top the metal one. proceed to pour the alcohol mixture from the mason jar into the top of the coffee filter. it is going to drip slow, so have patience, just pour so its all going into the paper filter, and leave it alone for about 15mins, then go back and top it off..
now u will have a very light neon green color liquid in your coffee pot, compeltely clean of any plant material and BS. pour this into the clean pyrex dish, leave it outside with the splash guard on top of it to prevent anything from flying into it. u can place a small fan next to it blowing down into it to speed up the alcohol evaporation process. do not use heat to speed up the process this is dangerous. also do not do any of this near an open flame or anything that can spark.