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Re: [RC] living 'dirty'... - Sharon Levasseur

Yes, in my opinion the dishwasher (top rack) is the best method.  And yes, I use
the same detergent.  In fact, I usually put it right in there WITH the dishes! 
LOL

-Sharon L.



Quoting Barbara McCrary <bigcreekranch@xxxxxxxxxx>:

Is this the best method for washing Biothane tack?  I've never tired that.
Do you use regular dishwasher detergent?  Or just water?  I usually just
soak the tack in a bucket of hot water with laundry or some other kind of
detergent .  The dishwasher sounds really easy, and one could run a cleanup
cycle afterwards before using it for dishes.

Barbara

----- Original Message -----
From: "Sharon Levasseur" <sharon1359@xxxxxxxxxxx>
To: "ridecamp" <ridecamp@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Friday, March 10, 2006 5:32 AM
Subject: Re: [RC] living 'dirty'...


My husband won't let me wash my biothane tack in the top rack of the
dishwasher...... so I just do it when he's not around.  :-p  :-p

-Sharon L.



Quoting Pvan19@xxxxxxx:

well - couldn't agree more with you! Our slogan here is that we live
dirty
but happy! Now ofcouse we were both raised by parents who thought this as
well
-  I haven't got a single baby or toddler picture of myself where I am
not
sleeping  in the dog basket, sitting in the rabbit house eating out of
their
bowl
or  otherwise jumping in cow pats..

Our only time off work is accident related ( generally horse accidents
although I recently managed to almost poke out my eye while pruning a
vicious
 bush
in the garden hihi)

We've had people over to stay at our house who would insist on washing
their
hands EVERY time they touched an animal - now with our horses, chickens
&
irish wolfhounds that was basically all the time.. what a life ?!

I drink out of the horse water troughs as well - will share a sticky
banana
with them each starting at one end and ending up in the middle ( well
sort
of)
-  am happy to serve up crème brulée in a bowl recently used to feed the
chicks.. (  after being in the dishwasher but that's also where I was all
the
bits
&  stirrups hehe)

We are WAY more resistant to germs than a lot of people we know - don't
care
about our appearance... so we can concentrate on the more important
things
in life!

I draw the line though at wet irish wolfhound kisses in the face after
they've been licking the roosting bars in the chicken coop ( hé mum,
lollipops!)

cheers

Pauline



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