You really are a very good troll , I'll give you that.
You started the baiting in this thread and leave by saying that *I* am
You also escape presenting any facts that may justify your baiting, lying,
trolling and slanderous behaviour.
It would be the stuff of legend were it not so blatantly obvious to anyone
reading the last four posts, you cowardly little troll.
I've been on the watch for a small (30 gal.) fiber (fibre
David/Luigi) or plastic drum for my Murphy-Rodgers MRT-5 (5"
inlet) blower. The M-R is set up for a bag fitting over a
55 gallon drum and I really didn't want/need to be schleping
a metal barrel around and up and down the stairs from the
Anyways (not a word), while I was at the local
gas/snack/beverage/car wash (filling up the all terrain
convertible (God bless Al Gore for inventing summer) family
fun vehicle) I noticed a pile of plastic barrels (30 gal.)
over by their dumpster. They had in their former life held
soaps and wax for the car wash portion of this fascinating
and widely diversified business. I figured the proprietor
would have had to pay a deposit on them and I could probably
get them for the cost of the deposit. Imagine my surprise
when he was willing to let me take what I wanted for free.
These are pretty thick walled and not flimsy like some of
the barrels you've seen. They even have a nice thick rim to
better hold the band clamp holding the bag. And, they
aren't skanked up like a lot of the metal drums you see.
Not feeling like a pig I took two.
Be sure, if you haven't already, to read all the legible print left on the
drims. I saw one behind a car wash while SWMBO was in a store I had no
interest in, and read the label, partially dissolved by contents. The
stuff didn't seem too bad but few of the warinings kept me from putting it
in the car. Seems the undiluted stuff would 'clean' the cloth to nothing,
and while it's 'my' car SWMBO drives it when we both go places.
going back with the new minivan to check now that I remember
Unisaw A100 wrote:
I cut off the top last night and did a thorough washing,
letting the bio-hazard wash down into the ditch by the
street. I figured, if it kills the grass I won't have to
mow that part for a while.
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