Think again Doug, why not save the bath full and distill again.What is lost
is lost but we can all feel for you,Regards,Ken.
----- Original Message -----
From: "moonshiyner" <dougandsharon@...>
Sent: Saturday, June 01, 2002 8:35 AM
Subject: [new_distillers] Re: (no subject)
> --- In new_distillers@y..., "brewhausinc" <rmorris@b...> wrote:
> > This is a CYA (cover your @ss) statement. If you never use hot
> > water, then you never need to be concerned about shattering due to
> > thermal shock.
> > Us the same common sense as with any glass- don't go from a cold
> > state and use hot water. I use extremely hot water with mine, I
> > make sure to add some warm water first.
> > Rick
> > --- In new_distillers@y..., SSTOLI123@a... wrote:
> > > My glass Carboys say right on the bottom do not apply heat!
> this message reminds me of a very painfull lesson I learned a while
> The time I had 2 carboys full of 80% spirit that was so bloody cold
> I couldn't get a decent reading.
> So being the impatient bastard I sometimes am, decided to warm them
> up in a tub of warm water.
> I almost cried when the glass shattered and I had to pull the plug
> on 10 litres of spirit.
> silly thing is, if i had of thought of what I was doing before I did
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