Bugs in computer hardware (real ones)

Richard legalize at xmission.com
Thu Feb 8 14:36:29 CST 2007


In article <009301c74bbd$bf13da80$6600a8c0 at BILLING>,
    "Jay West" <jwest at classiccmp.org>  writes:

> They are made from mud, and will come apart when wet.

That's why I was thinking one of those steam cleaners would work well
on it.  I've got one of these and its amazing what it manages to
"dissolve" where previously soaking and scrubbing yielded no results.

I've used my steam cleaner to remove baked on gunk on a stove and it
softened it up in no-time so that I just had to wipe it away with a
sponge.  The effect is somewhat exaggerated on the TV commercial, but
it performs close enough to the ideal scenario they depict that I
didn't feel ripped off.
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