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(drum roll) the salad spinner centrifuge


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#61 bsenn

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Posted 31 October 2018 - 22:52

 
How does it do on arugula?


I'm not sure, it sort of disappears after a few seconds...

One test is worth a thousand expert opinions.


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Posted 01 November 2018 - 02:35

I have three girls...one with a twirlimg baton, one with a nunchaku baton, and the other with a staff. Each is very skilled at their skills.

I have installed multiple pen slots in each stick on both ends. At the end of their practice, i checked to see if any ink is left behind in each pen. She who did not fully empty their pen, needed to practice more...

Each day, I can completely dry about 10 pens. That is my maximum.

#63 Scarfman

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Posted 23 November 2018 - 22:33

Ive made my own pen centrifuge with some twenty-four inch bolt croppers, an old fan and a pair of socks which definitely werent a Christmas gift, I promise. Surprisingly, it does the trick. More surprisingly, without killing anybody.






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