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Jeremy Sewell

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R Ranson, you have given me a reason to buy a stainless steel pot that I will proceed to never let anyone use but me, or ok maybe not me either I can't be trusted to not use a knife to flip a sandwich
2 years ago
R, not aluminum? I'm super rough with my stainless with metal scrubbers, never had too much of an issue with scratches, or is it a thing with high carbon steel?

Ok I guess I'm just a little skeptical, you do make me want to try it with a perfect unused pan

I've gotta go take a trip to a museum and get some real chainmail

When I used a big stainless steel frying pan for most things I would season it in a similar process to seasoning cast iron, it was great but I definitely seasoned it more often.
2 years ago
Chainmail scrubbers last for years. I use on ceramic plates from time to time as well as cast iron, and steel. They feel great except when you let them get saturated with grease but then I let them soak in soap for a while and then just rub them between my hands, it's kinda fun sometimes, and usually doesn't get bad unless You don't put your grease into a container before cleaning your cast iron.

It was OK on ceramic non stick if you are gentle.

You still need a normal dish rag from time to time though

https://www.amazon.com/Ringer-Original-Stainless-Cleaner-Patented/dp/B00FKBR1ZG

There are others on amazon just the first link I found.
2 years ago
"Like "most of it will wash off with the first good rain" soluble"
I think that is correct with crushed barn lime however whitewash takes in the years to wash off At least as reported at builditsolar from those who have coated their roof with hydrated lime coatings have lasted 2 years without much loss of coating. The issue with elastometric on asphalt shingles is you have to work aginst the uneven surface and go from a breathing water barior to a monolithic non breathing surface and if you fail in one spot you have roof system failures because water gets trapped and rots boards. If I was to do elastometric coating I'd add a thin plywood over the shingles and then paint with elastometric because going right over the asphalt is going to cost a lot when it comes to the thickness one needs to achive to avoid system failure. Also a second raised roof performs very well in hot humid climates and I'm in georgia so yeah if money isn't a thing raiss the roof by 2 inches and some plywood and coat it with elastometric might work pretty well and for a long time but longer if you go with EPDM
2 years ago
This is where I want to live: the intersection of luxury and conservation: DIY showerloop: http://m.instructables.com/id/Showerloop/
3 years ago
Lofthouse might have a point. You've got to be under a lot of stress from your projects and demanding people from the Kickstarter. This was helpful to many people I have known. And if no physical abnormally is found I really think you should take a look at healing back pain the mind body connection and this guy's other books: http://www.amazon.com/Healing-Back-Pain-Mind-Body-Connection/dp/0446557684

I also found some relief from his book

I wish you a speedy recovery
3 years ago
Thumbs up offered to you orientation of hands communicating what it can