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Old 06-26-2014, 06:43 PM   #16
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Fried chicken isn't good for you.


Whew! That was a no-pants moment - good that you acted quickly instead of going BSOD - yikes! Save the baking soda from the refrigerator (change the box every month) in tin bucket, and have one of those quart squirt bottles full of vinegar, set to medium spray. Fat handful of baking soda first, then hose with the vinegar to release the CO2. Also cleans refrigerator and microwave.


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