Nutrigrain Wash Discussion Thread

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Re: Nutrigrain Wash Discussion Thread

Postby RC Al » Sat Oct 24, 2020 9:02 pm

chiefkingston wrote:i have a voltage controller and from what ive seen there seems to just be more pros by doing a stripping run but i guess i was just wondering if you could get a good result with a slow spirit run

thanks for the help

If you ran good cuts and were planning a very long barrel time to take out the nasties/harshness, you could and no doubt there is a commercial product or five like that out there, but there would be plenty of "better" recipes to commit time and a barrel to at hobby level
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