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Old 11-20-2009, 12:25 AM
LavaTech LavaTech is offline
 
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I used the same Chin-a (or was it Chin-b?) produced ultrasonic parts cleaner from Horrid Fruit (Harbor Freight for those that missed it) that the Python resides in, for all of four months (sporadically) before it expired --- too cheap. The commercial ones work for a VERY LONG time from what I've heard, and thus they are actually inexpensive in the long run....I need one, but Garanditis disease running under the Wifely Unit's radar requires finesse...
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Old 11-20-2009, 10:02 AM
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I need one, but Garanditis disease running under the Wifely Unit's radar requires finesse...
The mistake you are making is thinking about yourself. A ultrasonic cleaner is exactly what she needs for you to clean her jewelry in! A larger one is just added space for future purchases.

Make it about her, then go get yourself what you want
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Old 01-02-2010, 05:34 PM
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I decided to make a copper "foul out"
I used a .5 amp trickle charger
an old cb antenna with 23 cents of o rings
some tape across bore

little vinegar and ammonia from the kitchen

My output was zero.(cleck gave me the o rings)

I did mine chamber up.
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