Stuff That Works

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Re: Stuff That Works

Post by windmill » Fri Nov 22, 2019 1:21 am

Lofty wrote:
Thu Nov 21, 2019 7:07 pm
S100 is sold as a general cleaner and is observably foamy when dispensed.
There is a S100 product called Engine Brightener. It is similar to Pig Spit, and not a cleaner. IMO it works a bit better than Pig Spit, and lasts longer.

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Re: Stuff That Works

Post by S 854 » Fri Nov 22, 2019 11:05 am

I’m gonna take a different tack... this product helps us keep track of our furry monkeys during low-light hours...

This video was taken at dusk... the collars are even more visible at night—it’s just impossible to see the dogs in the dark... looks like green, pink and orange “Spielberg” aliens racing around the pasture... fun stuff...

USB rechargeable and trim-to-fit sizing... the collars are marketed as a “safety” item to make yer pooch visible during urban nighttime walks... they work well in rural areas too... 8) ... mis&sr=8-4
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