Nutrigrain Wash Discussion Thread

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Re: Nutrigrain Wash Discussion Thread

Postby thedapperbenz » Mon Jun 25, 2018 2:06 pm

Nathan02 wrote:Are you telling me you don't want the beautiful fresh smell of sweet molasses and freshly fermenting rum wafting through your home? Whats wrong with ya :D :D :teasing-neener:


haha not wanting to go OT in this thread.. but being a complete newb I was expecting the molasses to basically throw somewhat of a deeper honey smell through the house. Mentioned it on a facebook group and got laughed out! :)) my other half is pregnant and EXTREMELY sensitive to smells, so I was kindly advised off the molasses wash idea :handgestures-thumbdown: especially as our garage door opens directly into the lounge room and kitchen.

a nutrigrain wash can't be all that bad! haha
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Re: Nutrigrain Wash Discussion Thread

Postby woodduck » Mon Jun 25, 2018 2:34 pm

Youu could substitute in the brown sugar but not sure you'll get a rum taste, that comes from the molasses I'd recon.

Not sure on glass ware mate I do single runs through the bubbler so don't need to many :teasing-neener: :laughing-rolling: you could try the calculators in the newbie corner, they'll tell you approximates.
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Re: Nutrigrain Wash Discussion Thread

Postby Dig Brinker » Tue Jun 26, 2018 1:44 am

Up to ten litres strip from 45 litre run. Hope you bought enough glass!
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Re: Nutrigrain Wash Discussion Thread

Postby thedapperbenz » Sat Jun 30, 2018 4:20 pm

Hey ladies & gents.. just thought I’d let you know that Nutrigrain is half price at Woolies at the moment (805g boxes)
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Re: Nutrigrain Wash Discussion Thread

Postby RC Al » Sat Jun 30, 2018 9:22 pm

13 fit in a single layer on a trolley, damn shelf was empty then :smile:
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Re: Nutrigrain Wash Discussion Thread

Postby Sam. » Sun Jul 01, 2018 5:46 pm

Yeah I noticed my local Woolies was out of stock :laughing-rolling:
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Re: Nutrigrain Wash Discussion Thread

Postby andybear » Fri Jul 06, 2018 7:55 pm

Wasn't me Sam. But I did clean out my local woollies.
Anyway can someone tell me the best temp to set this wash to? I guessed it would be about 24 deg but I set the thermostat to 24 and it won't cool down below 27.
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