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Old 03-05-2012, 12:11 AM
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Default Re: Vermont BANS Felt Soled Wadding Boots

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Very interesting I'll remember to tell friends with Properties who keep many dogs,however would it be harmful to The Fish ????
A good mate of mine submerses his dogs in a 44 Gallon Drum full of Dip when Jetting Sheep for Flies.
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As for disinfecting for Didymo, research shows that dish soap worked. Antibacterial types, curiously enough, were not as effective as the regular.
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For a complete read on the Missouri law one can find it on the web. Missouri Conservation Commission.
Flinger, those pot scrubbers would probably be considered "porous".
I'll remember that dawn soap method. Cheap fix for sure.
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Old 03-05-2012, 06:19 PM
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Yeah, they probably would be but they sure would be cheap!
Colorado is not planning to jump on the band wagon, so I'm not going to lose much sleep over this.
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Good call there; this thread is "Getting long in the tooth," assuming you're old enough to remember that 'one liner'

Back we go, and I do remember (now that you've brought it up) the 'Waly-Nut' shell thing.

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Default Re: Vermont BANS Felt Soled Wadding Boots

Another advantage of a bit of Dawn is that dish soap is a surficant in that it helps pourous material absorb liquid. Add a bit and it should help penetrate fiberous material. Perhaps a clean water rinse would be appropriate though to protect the mayflies and fish!
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Of course! All disinfecting should be done in the bathtub or kitchen sink at home!
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