Words on labels can be VERY misleading. Did you know that "better" is superior
to "best"? It is in advertising! Do you know what it means if something is
labeled "All natural"? It merely means that it isn't made of plastic. Dog poop
is "all natural", and so is arsenic.
Do and believe whatever you like.
Good for you, Rick. Means nothing. Go read the ingredients on every box of
cereal in the supermarket. Does even one of them mention "insect fragments" or
"rodent hair and feces" as ingredients? There is some in every box, regardless.
There are even government standards for how much there can be.
So what you actually meant was "Don't use any product ever because they contain
trace elements of stuff not listed in their ingredients." Why didn't you just
say that in the first place?
(when you find yourself in a hole, stop digging)
He must be buying his rubbing alcohol from Iraq. Everything contains
oil over there.
Of course his wife could have poured some baby oil in his bottle of
rubbing alcohol and told him to lubricate his peter before sex......
Rubbing alcohol is not pure, denatured is a bit better, Rubbing alcohol
leaves a visable residue , possibly its the poison in it. JB weld does
not recomend at all Alcohol to clean surfaces because of possible
petroleum products in it. Rubbing alcohol wont clean a camera lens
I just did a repair with JB weld in 48hrs at 10-20f it cured hard, JB
says it cures to -60f
Another tip for using epoxy: If you don't want the epoxy to stick to
something, coat it with vaseline first. For example, coat a straw with
vaseline, pack epoxy with filler around it and when the epoxy cures,
slide the straw out and you'll have nice smooth hole through the
epoxy. It's also great for those areas that you need to protect from
the epoxy so you don't end up locking up something that should be able
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