New product watch. LUMIN SANITIZER.

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Re: New product watch. LUMIN SANITIZER.

Post by palerider » Sat Feb 10, 2018 1:05 pm

ShinRyoku wrote:
palerider wrote: Lots of unnecessary things, and many stupid ones, are "frequently recommended".
I never suggested that something being frequently recommended must be correct. Nor do I care if anyone else believes it or washes their anything.

My point was that given that "forum veterans" are well aware that something is frequently recommended, it is disingenuous for them to act like a "forum newbie" invented the idea out of thin air for no reason.
Nobody is suggesting you, or some other newbie, is inventing things out of thin air, simply that THEIR experience has indicated that those 'frequently recommended' things are a waste of time.
You're the one that's making it a big thumping deal.

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Re: New product watch. LUMIN SANITIZER.

Post by palerider » Sat Feb 10, 2018 1:05 pm

ChicagoGranny wrote:
ShinRyoku wrote:act like a "forum newbie" invented the idea out of thin air
Thick air. 10 - 20 cm H2O.
thick air, thick head, something like that.

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Re: New product watch. LUMIN SANITIZER.

Post by ShinRyoku » Sat Feb 10, 2018 5:25 pm

palerider wrote:Nobody is suggesting you, or some other newbie, is inventing things out of thin air, simply that THEIR experience has indicated that those 'frequently recommended' things are a waste of time.
You're the one that's making it a big thumping deal.
Hardly.
palerider wrote:
ChicagoGranny wrote:
ShinRyoku wrote:act like a "forum newbie" invented the idea out of thin air
Thick air. 10 - 20 cm H2O.
thick air, thick head, something like that.
Case in point.

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Post by palerider » Sat Feb 10, 2018 8:10 pm

ShinRyoku wrote:With that, I am done here. There is nothing to gain in this discussion.
Promise? pinky swear?

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Re: New product watch. LUMIN SANITIZER.

Post by Shnorky » Mon Feb 12, 2018 5:31 am

Careful with UV and plastics:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/UV_degradation

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Re: New product watch. LUMIN SANITIZER.

Post by chunkyfrog » Mon Feb 12, 2018 10:50 am

These plastics are not as popular as they once were.
The most common effect is cosmetic--surface yellowing.
Structural strength takes a considerably longer time.
(((Exceptions are often dyed dark colors.)))
Thrift shops are full of ugly yellow plastic things that used to be pretty white.
Perfectly usable, but icky to look at.

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