For the 'hard' unflexable cords on many appliances.
Men are willing to pay a dollar for a longer softer flexible cord. Women
apparently don't know the difference and won't pay the difference.
These hard cords are now popping up on power tools as well.
Can we blame cheap women for this as well.
On Tue, 10 Aug 2004 17:21:54 GMT, BinaryBillTheSailor@Sea++.com wrote:
Morons like you might be the one's in need of help.
Ryobi is already reconsidering their decision to use 'hard' cords on their
'rotozip' clones because of reports of several accidents caused by the almost
rigid cords (especially when cold) hanging up and pulling the tool out of the
hands of the operator.
On Tue, 10 Aug 2004 18:16:05 GMT, BinaryBillTheSailor@Sea++.com wrote:
Aren't you the idiot who advised someone to use 3M 5200 Marine adhesive on a
I laughed out loud when I read that.
I suspect you know even less about power cords on tools and appliances.<g>
On Tue, 10 Aug 2004 18:50:48 GMT, BinaryBillTheSailor@Sea++.com wrote:
Yep people all over America are loading up their chalking guns with $10 tubes of
marine sealant to repair broken toilet tanks.
And it's sooo attractive as well. Why everyone likes looking at gobs of flexible
glue on their toilet tanks.
I'll bet your ex wife just 'loved' it when you 'repaired' anything.<BFG>
Well, you continue to prove beyond anyone's doubt that you are a jerk, and and
very incompetent. 5200 was a perfect suggestion for that person's requirements.
It is quite clear that you have no idea what 5200 is, or for what applications
it really shines. 5200 on toilet clay would form a cohesive bond that would be
stronger than the surrounding material. Repairing broken toilet tanks is a bad
idea, generally speaking, but if I had to glue together a toilet tank that was
broken in half, and trust the repair, I would prefer 5200, to anything else
available on the market.
If you think there would be "gobs of flexible glue" to look at, that would have
to be considered a reflection on your own extreme incompetence. Not surprising,
really, considering ALL of your posts to date..
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