Thanks, it did a great job, especially on
my Bosch jig saw case, which had a
quarter inch thick layer of the stuff on
it. I put the scraped-up epoxy in a
strainer over a coffee can, let's see if
it runs through that just like it ran out
of the tub in the truck.
Hints from HeloisewRecster
Add some baking soda to the white vinegar for some jobs. White vinegar also
works well to freshen up those smelly drains. Pour a cup of baking soda down
first, then follow with white vinegar. Lots of uses for this mixture ...
just be careful of the foaming action, and DON'T use it with Clorox, or any
Well, you've heard it now. Trust me, you will not like what it does to your
nose if you mix the two.
DAMHIK. We used a vinegar/chlorine mix to disinfect our water wells when I
was a kid (vinegar _followed_ by chlorine, not mixed together) ... and guess
who was playing the mad scientist at the time.
don't mix chlorine bleach with any Oxidizing agent, or you get cl2 gas, the
only thing you you can really safely mix with chlorine bleach is dish soap
like joy, I don't know how the various additive react with it, but Joy is
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