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  1. #14
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    Quote Originally Posted by vmc1161 View Post
    we also had a lint catcher that was filled with water and you hooked the dryer vent up to it ... still got some lint but not that much.


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    This is the way I would do it, thats if it's an electric dryer and not gas.

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    Humidity might get a little high... I saw someone heat their garage this way... kinda worked. I am not sure I want that level of humidity in my home...

    And yes, a gas dryer is a no-no... CO poisoning.
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    Thanks stocking fans!

    I'll get the duct tape and save the pile of pennies that way, forgoing the humidity (sinuses are cracking with this forced air system) and I'll ignor the plume of hot moist air condensing over my driveway [...woooops! Ouch. I hate when that happens.] I just saw heat going to waste and thought... and thinking usually gets me in trouble.

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    I use them to cover my oil funnels, and pans in the Garage, keeps the spider webs and trash out of them. Tying Saplings, Tomato, Bean, Pepper plants up, doesn't cut into the bark / skin. Does work for getting Fibre glass out, but not in Front Load machines, just ties clothes in Knots. Wore old pairs when diving, so I wouldn't tear a $1k Wet suit or a $2K Dry suit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vmc1161 View Post
    So, what do you do with yours? ... I have mine on now.


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    Quote:
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    So, what do you do with yours? ... I have mine on now.


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    Quote Originally Posted by crackertech View Post
    Luckily ... the guys here know your kidding ... I mean really, why would I be wearing them in the shop ...


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