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Re: [Shop-talk] Dishwashers in the garage

Subject: Re: [Shop-talk] Dishwashers in the garage
From: "Matt" <>
Date: Tue, 28 May 2013 13:16:22 GMT
Full-name: "Matt" <>
Inch,What a smart idea.I recall seeing a mechanics show where they put an old
nasty transmission in a big parts washer and thought, "that would be nice to
have"You seem to routinely come up with innovative moves - and around here old
(not pretty but functional) dishwashers are on Craigs every week for next to
nothing. DId the sailboat/ebay play work out OK?Hopefully much easier than
chopping it up and more enviro friendly than burning!Some neighbors had a
similar situation - an original owner boat that the wife had grown up with but
had seen better days and had been a long time on the trailer.IT was a win win,
they got rid of it, got a small amount of $$, and the buyer was happy with his
bargain. The buyer seemed to know what he was doing as he showed up with new
tires and took it straight to a trailer shop for repack & brake check...


---------- Original Message ----------
To: shop-talk@Autox.Team.Net
Subject: [Shop-talk] Dishwashers in the garage
Date: Tue, 28 May 2013 07:34:29 -0400

This weekend, I installed a dishwasher in my shop.  I have a few questions
for those of you with experience with them...

First, will normal dishwasher soap hurt engine parts, bare metals, etc?
Next, is there a soap that I should use that will not hurt the dishwasher?
Finally, are there things that should NOT go in there?


Eric P
"Be as beneficent as the sun or the sea, but if your rights as a rational
being are trenched on, die on the first inch of your territory." Ralph
Waldo Emerson

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