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Topic: Re : Behmor P2 (8 msgs / 114 lines)
1) From: Seth Grandeau
I had that problem with my roaster.  Chaff had burned in one corner of the
chaff tray and it kept recurring (never a real fire, but I'd have a
smoldering pile of chaff and the area got darker and darker).  I used Bon
Ami to clean it and no problems since.
On 8/13/08, David Rossell  wrote:
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2) From: Rich
If you use Mothers Polish you will not kill the high polish on the steel 
and that will help in preventing a repeat occurrence of the corner full 
of smoldering chaff.
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3) From: Sandy Andina
I do not have Mothers Polish--is it one of those with high VOCs like  
Wenol, Maas or Simichrome?  I'm a tad nervous using anything like that  
on something that comes into contact (even via air convection) with  
edibles. I was wondering about making a thick paste of citric acid and  
water, or even Cafiza/Joe Glo and leaving it on, then gently removing  
it with a damp paper towel to cut through the darkened coffee oils  
without abrading the metal. Any thoughts?
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4) From: Gary Foster
The absolutely best hands down cleaner I've ever used for stuff like
this is PBW (Powdered Brewery Wash).  You can get it from any homebrew
shop or order it off the internet.  It's completely safe to use for
food products, biodegradable, and I have never come across anything
that it wouldn't clean up.  I use the heck out of it for all sorts of
stuff (in addition to keeping my home brewery spic and span).  It's a
little bit on the expensive side, but you only use a little pinch of
it in some water and one tub of it goes a very long ways.
-- Gary F.
On Wed, Aug 13, 2008 at 10:06 PM, Sandy Andina  wrote:
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5) From: Ira
At 10:06 PM 8/13/2008, you wrote:
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Toothpaste should work fine too.
Ira
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6) From: Rich
Yep, tooth paste is a great polish.  Have you ever read all of the 
cautions on the back of the tube?
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7) From: Michael Wascher
Stop by the nearest good bike shop (motorcycle), preferably and old-style
Harley-Davidson shop (one for bikers, not a boutique) that has a good shop
attached. Mother's is a series of polishes for various purposes & geared to
various materials.
On Thu, Aug 14, 2008 at 11:45 AM, Ira  wrote:
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8) From: Seth Grandeau
Use one of the mentioned metal polishes.  I used Bon Ami and it cleaned it
up good.  I noticed last night that I'm due for another cleaning, so I'll be
at it on Saturday.
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