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Cheap scrubber

Discussion in 'Bushcraft Chatter' started by Bowlander, Jan 27, 2012.

  1. Bowlander

    Bowlander Full Member

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    On 'Superscrimpers' the other night on C4 they reckoned the mesh bags that fruit comes in from supermarkets makes a good cheap (free) scrubber for pans. I gave it a try and they work brilliantly, took off baked on chicken casserole with ease. I'm going to replace the sponge scourer in my brew kit with one. Not sure of the longevity of them but time will tell.
     
  2. RichardIT

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    Nice. Thanks :)
     
  3. monkey spanner

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    Now that's a top tip.
    It must weigh a few gram's less that the green scrubber thing that I use, it will dry out quicker to.:)
     
  4. Stringmaker

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    I thought this thread was going to be about something else entirely!

    :D
     
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    Me to, thought i was going to find my soul mate..

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    Bottom. I knew there was something I'd forgotten to pack for this weekend... to Tesco!
     
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    When I saw the title of the thread, my first thoughts were..."my wife's dropped her prices again" :(
     
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    drewdunnrespect On a new journey

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    When I saw the title I thought u was talking about my ex
     
  9. bushwacker bob

    bushwacker bob Bushcrafter (boy, I've got a lot to say!)

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    so whats her number?
     
  10. Stew

    Stew Bushcrafter through and through

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    What a great bit of lateral thinking!
     
  11. Bowlander

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    Plastic baler twine works as well.
     
  12. Johnnyboy1971

    Johnnyboy1971 Bushcrafter (boy, I've got a lot to say!)

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    Already got it.
     
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    me three LOL
     
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    Yep, Me as well.

    OT, I normally carry about half of one of those green pan scrubbers, doesnt weigh at all..
     
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    If you're out in the wild haven't got any of these things Charcoal from the fire works really, really well. It won't last more than one pot but then, it's not exactly hard to replace.
     
  16. bushwacker bob

    bushwacker bob Bushcrafter (boy, I've got a lot to say!)

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    If your pot is greasy a bit of wood ash works wonders as it forms soap when mixed with fat.:rolleyes:
     

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