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slip trailers (was "re: if it ain't one thing...)

updated fri 28 feb 97


Richard Gralnik on tue 11 feb 97

Two words - "solder sucker" :)

Check out the little red ones with the removable tip from Radio Shack.
The opening is small enough for fine lines and no dribbles. The bulb
holds a fair amount. Easy to take apart and clean too.

At 09:29 AM 2/10/97 EST, you wrote:
>----------------------------Original message----------------------------
> ...... Have you tried using a plastic hypodermic syringe? I use
>one without a needle...
>Don't use one from a trash barrel. They are available for just
>a few pennies at pharmacies, grocery pharmacies, lots of places.
>When the used ones are discarded, they are discarded needle and
>all; don't be poking your fingers around in medical trash. NOT
>worth it.
>If you want ones that hold a LOT, go to a veterinarian or farm
>supply store; they have the great big ones that are used for
>cattle and horses. They hold a lot. Further, you can get large
>needles that thinner slips and glazes will go through, great
>control for drawing on platters, etc.
>Dannon Rhudy