Anyone recall if regular rice worked to clean out the rocky? Thanks, Leo
I don't know about the rocky specificaly...but I've always heard instant, regular rice is too hard. Grace and Peace, `tim On 12/1/06, Diablo wrote: <Snip> -- The content of this e-mail may be private or of confidential nature. Do not forward without permission of the original author. -- Rev. Tim TenClay, IAPC, NATA #253 Dunningville Reformed Church (www.dunningville.org) Personal Blog:http://www.tenclay.org/blog
Oh my ... Use Minute Rice because it is more absorbent. Eddie On 12/1/06, Diablo wrote: <Snip>
Thanks guys, I thought I recalled a caveat of some kind. Instant it is. Thank you, Leo --- Eddie Dove wrote: <Snip>
That's part of the rice will hurt the cold forged steel burrs Fairy Tale... Make mine plain, regular white rice... Brett On 12/1/06, Diablo wrote: <Snip> -- Cheers, Bretthttp://homeroast.freeservers.com
This is a multi-part message in MIME format. It's not the hardness. It's the absorbency factor.
<Snip> Hmmm, then why does drilling holes in soft pine dull my expensive steel drill bits? Any soft material will wear down anything harder than it. The process may just take a lot longer if there's a big difference in the hardness of the two materials. Frank