It might. My previous two "problems" were with shades of Green. This is the first time I've had a problem with a White chip. I don't know if this has anything to do with it, but the last Green and this White were weighted because I can see the metal flakes easily. I wonder if there's a major difference in "clay" constituents between the weighted and unweighted chips?Really! That is quite interesting. I basically stopped following the situation once I decided to clean my binions manually. That is very curious. I wonder if it had something to do with color.
I’ll contact them to ask if they ship to Hawaii
What type of cleaner solution you use? Also did you use distilled water? How often did you adjetate with wooden spoon?I've bought an cheap supersonic from amazon and tried it out
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I have 3 racks of dirty pharaohs.
I chose 300 seconds and they got really clean during constantly moving the chips with a wooden stick.
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Worked very well.
What type of cleaner solution you use? Also did you use distilled water? How often did you adjetate with wooden spoon?
what is the idea behind destilled water?
4. Distilled Water (around 70-80 cents/gallon) - for better cleaning, and to help ensure that others who try this process will get similar results. Depending upon the hardness of the water in your location, use of distilled water can make a significant difference!
I'm wondering if it is save to use this.
I have that model in a 2L model. Don't really need a drain since the unit is so small, trick is to not do too many chips at one time. I do ten chips, 2 minutes, and rotate as I lay them out with a new batch. Takes about 20 easy minutes a rack, but it's super painless...anyone know or tried the smaller 3L unit, reason i ask is that's the only one with shipping to hawaii, the other sizes won't ship to hawaii.
i did notice the 3L doesn't have a drain valve so that sucks.
Was kind of thinking along those lines. Not twit, but variance in hotstamp durability.Not to be a twit, but I think the short answer is that not all hotstamps are the same. This has happened to me as well -- and of course, when I want to remove the hotstamp foil, they are inevitably the kind that are impervious.
30-45 seconds are probably enough for not-dirty-enough-to-see to lightly-dirty chips. Only the grungiest nasties need the full 2 minute (or longer) workover.Was kind of thinking along those lines. Not twit, but variance in hotstamp durability.
I guess each rack I do will have to be tested 1st, and probably shorten time to 30-45 seconds per batch.