Thanks Eben!SurfLung wrote: ↑Tue Jul 30, 2019 1:38 pmHi Mark,
- I use 0000 fine steel wool to polish the "knob" as well as the socket. After that, I blow out the debris with high pressure air. Then, I wipe it clean with a paper towel moistened with food grade silicone spray lube. This makes a smooth and clean connection that seals easy every time.
Were you concerned you did have advice to offer, or didn't have advice to offer? just asking.
thank youScubaLawyer wrote:Were you concerned you did have advice to offer, or didn't have advice to offer? just asking.
P.S. That package we discussed is going out in the mail to you tomorrow... Don't just set it on a shelf as there is a surprise inside for you that requires immediate consumption. M
OK, but let's avoid "nipple tweaking". Some people might misunderstand, and this is a "safe zone", remember?antique diver wrote: ↑Thu Aug 01, 2019 7:47 pmGadzooks! I was a little reluctant to open the first post of this thread due to M's choice of title. I tried not to even imagine what photos I might be "exposed" to. You just never know what that guy is going to say!
Since those ends are actually referred to in the gas industry as "Nipples", couldn't we just call Eben's corrective process "Nipple Burnishing"?
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