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  1. #14
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    Quote Originally Posted by BBeerme View Post
    What do I do with the rag once it has absorbed all of the refrigerant, do I take it back to the place I purchased it?
    Color doesnt matter. Fabric does. Cotton is better. You can burn them for heat or use them for grill starters afterwards. Or, use them as wicks in throwable beer bottles...

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    Quote Originally Posted by BBeerme View Post
    I don't shop at Walmart. Their politics actually enter into the products that they sell; they make demands of their sellers to change things to meet their requirements.

    Any other place? Does the color of the rag make for a faster or slower recovery? What do I do with the rag once it has absorbed all of the refrigerant, do I take it back to the place I purchased it?
    I'm afraid any other supplier would be second best.

    I have never found a limit to their use. I still use my original one.

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