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Old 04-23-2015, 09:08 PM   #31
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In her original post, she never mentions manufacturing. All she is doing is fact gathering. The only aspect she spoke of was that of design. She didn't even mention what she would with the designs. And further down the original poster dismissed her questions with her answer. All she said was she was thinking of a business idea. She never mentioned at any time what she would do after her fact finding venture.

If in the event she comes back with plans for what she found out, and plans to go further with her findings, then that is the time to ask those questions. Just sitting down with a paper and pencil trying to redesign the wheel, doesn't cost anything except for the paper and pencil.
Once again Addie, the OP is a he, not a she. I find it very curious he is so non specific with his requests, especially as a first time poster requesting a dialog. Maybe it's just me, but Red spam flags certainly went off in my camp.
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Old 04-23-2015, 10:49 PM   #32
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I think you are wrong.

I've had no problem washing up items like mashers and graters and the other items you mention....
Sounds like a solution searching for a problem.
^This^

Jevans98, I have a masher just like yours. It was my Mom's in the 1950s. I use it regularly, and neither Mom nor I have encountered problems with stuck food. I suggest instead of trying to reinvent the wheel, you clean up your item immediately after using it. No time right then, you say? Serving guests, you say? OK, then put the masher into the empty pot you mashed to potatoes in and add water to cover. Or put a drop of dishwashing liquid and water into a dish pan and soak the masher while eating. The soaking, and bit of arm motion with a scrubbing brush, will keep your masher (and every other kitchen tool) clean as can be.
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Old 04-23-2015, 10:54 PM   #33
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Jevans98, I have a masher just like yours. It was my Mom's in the 1950s. I use it regularly, and neither Mom nor I have encountered problems with stuck food. I suggest instead of trying to reinvent the wheel, you clean up your item immediately after using it. No time right then, you say? Serving guests, you say? OK, then put the masher into the empty pot you mashed to potatoes in and add water to cover. Or put a drop of dishwashing liquid and water into a dish pan and soak the masher while eating. The soaking, and bit of arm motion with a scrubbing brush, will keep your masher (and every other kitchen tool) clean as can be.
And ^this^.
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Old 04-25-2015, 09:04 AM   #34
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Once again Addie, the OP is a he, not a she. I find it very curious he is so non specific with his requests, especially as a first time poster requesting a dialog. Maybe it's just me, but Red spam flags certainly went off in my camp.
+1 We'll see if the thread starter returns shall we?
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