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Re: Cork for Mops are OK, but -- plastic film bottles are better
AUS62 at aol_com wrote:
> My favorite floats(and anything that floats and is inert in water is
> satisfactory) for suspending the nylon mops in my killie tanks are the
> plastic bottles used for storing photographic film. This was mentioned
> sometime ago, but everyone seems focused on corks from wine bottles. The
> plastic bottles are plentiful (everyone takes pictures and has film holders)
> and "never" wear out and are easy to clean. Again, my favorite adage is
> "KISS" and that applies to my killifish hobby too.
Generally, I agree with Harry's wise advice. Here I must respectfully depart
from his sagacity.
1) I'm on my 4th digital camera and can't even *find* my 35mm. It was
probably stolen 3-4 years ago. IDK.
2) The true advantage of the wine corks is in the *getting* and not in the
In sunny CA where it can't make up its mind to be fall.
Wright Huntley, Fremont CA, USA, 510 494-8679 huntleyone at home dot com
If it ain't broke, don't fix it -- and, especially,
don't let politicians fix it. ... Thomas Sowell
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