Re: Citric acid chain cleaning fluid



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datakoll

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On Nov 17, 5:21 pm, landotter <[email protected]> wrote:
> On Nov 17, 2:50 pm, datakoll <[email protected]> wrote:
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> > Is green chain cleaning fluid citric acid? as from citrus fruit lemons
> > limes oranges ...

>
> I'd just take the smallest of sips to find out.
>
> > is the fluid useable for cleaning the microwave?

>
> I like Mr. Clean classic, diluted 15:1 with tap water in a spray
> bottle. Full strength, it's the only thing other than WD40 that can
> clean the grease offa my range hood. It's so effective, it's gotta be
> made from puppies.


typed in a double digit time setting a large Russet on fire while in
the watch tower.
enamel's coated with a brown powder coat.
turpenes...
turp doesn't dissolve petroleum grease ? turp dissolves linseed oil ?
where am I ? off course turps from the pine is not for the microwave
but the boat hull: naval stores yahknoo.
I knew a joke about naval stores but thankfully have forgotten it.
 
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still just me

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On Sun, 18 Nov 2007 04:32:18 -0800 (PST), datakoll
<[email protected]> wrote:

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>This product is NOT suitable for disposal by landfill, municipal
>sewers, drains, or natural streams or rivers.
>
>now what?


I don't see any rules against human consumption.
 
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still just me

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On Sun, 18 Nov 2007 04:32:18 -0800 (PST), datakoll
<[email protected]> wrote:

>
>This product is NOT suitable for disposal by landfill, municipal
>sewers, drains, or natural streams or rivers.
>
>now what?


I don't see any rules against human consumption.
 

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