Thanks to everyone and the advice! I got the screen baller with 3mm Boro and will probably upgrade to Ruby eventually. Excited to get it and see how hard it rips later this week!
this is less work and better results than dc. even with dc my halo always had a slight yellow tinge to it. way more work to turn on the Vrod to 280 wait for it to heat , using tons of qtips to swab the dish and you really can't clean that central glass ridge top under the nut, which is against the directions on the back (I'm such a rule breaker lol), then turn it off wait for it to cool remove the dish and rinse under running water, then reassemble. my way fill dish with powder, put in heatproof container, add boiling water and walk away, wait 30 minutes and its sparkling clean with no scrubbing.
that said I'm not sure I'd use it on my sic which is ceramic and more porous? my sic still looks new and doesn't bug me like the quartz. its also not something I plan on doing everyday either, just the occasional deep clean. from my brief research so far its made from baking soda and hydrogen peroxide? maybe in this instance Chemistry is our friend? I'm totally willing to hear why I'm wrong though.
RE my investigation , after checking out astonish's website I could not find the cup clean listed? but I. think this is the same stuff?
Yep, aware chlorine etc are poisonous .this has bicarb in it ??? caustic yes, poisonous no. iso is poison. chlorine is caustic and poisonous but we put it in our pools? ?
what makes it vegan?
Vegetarian usually allows some animal products like milk, eggs, honey, etc. (basically no meat), but vegan normally means no animal products or byproducts of any kind. I think the term vegan was created to be more clearly defined.
Some people will even call themselves vegetarians and still eat fish or other things because in their minds they’re “not meat”, so I think it’s a useful distinction.
Vegetarians who eat fish are called pescetarians. I did that for like 10 years lol
I know, but I’ve actually had people tell me they were vegetarian and then say that they eat fish and/or “seafood” or whatever.
I’ve also had a lot of people tell me that fish or certain other things were “not meat”. They have weird definitions.
Anyway, sorry for detailing the thread a bit, I know this isn’t what everyone’s coming to the CH thread to read!
To bring it back on topic I’ll add that I still use my VRod regularly, and while I’m sure I’d enjoy the BRod stuff I’d mostly be upgrading for fun. With a slow draw the VRod already delivers more vapor than I can handle!