Magnetic Scrubber

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+2 1. Judge-Jake commented 4 years ago

Reminds me of the Flea or magnetic stirrer we used in the labs when I worked in pathology. If you had a beaker or flash similar to the one in the video although often bigger and you needed to mix several powders into a liquid, you put everything in the flask and dropped into the flask a elongated magnet that looked like a big oval tablet, then you put the whole thing on a magnetic stirring base, which made the 'Flea' rotate in the liquid mixing the powders for maybe an hour or more.
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+1 2. Judge-Jake commented 4 years ago

Reminds me of the Flea or magnetic stirrer we used in the labs when I worked in pathology. If you had a beaker or flash similar to the one in the video although often bigger and you needed to mix several powders into a liquid, you put everything in the flask and dropped into the flask a elongated magnet that looked like a big oval tablet, then you put the whole thing on a magnetic stirring base, which made the 'Flea' rotate in the liquid mixing the powders for maybe an hour or more.
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+3 3. ringmaster commented 4 years ago

#1 #2 remind me of deja vu.
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+5 4. huldu commented 4 years ago

That's a simple trick used to remove algae from inside of aquarium, not super effective of course. It's really nothing new or groundbreaking.
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+3 5. Kenuty commented 4 years ago

Yep, Huldu is right since I have worked with products similar to this, it is a smaller version of the fish tank magnetic cleaner so this is nothing new at all. Been around 10+ years ago
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+1 6. Kenuty commented 4 years ago

Yep, Huldu is right since I have worked with products similar to this, it is a smaller version of the fish tank magnetic cleaner so this is nothing new at all. Been around 10+ years ago
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+1 7. Kenuty commented 4 years ago

Yep, Huldu is right since I have worked with products similar to this, it is a smaller version of the fish tank magnetic cleaner so this is nothing new at all. Been around 10+ years ago
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+1 8. thundersnow commented 4 years ago

#1 and #2 Tell me more about your time in pathology....geez, the double comment is not working for me.
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+1 9. ComentAtor commented 4 years ago

if a good enough "sponge" is attached to the magnet.. should work fine

i would perfect it for sure.. if i was more into cleaning
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+2 10. ringmaster commented 4 years ago

#5 #6 #7 did a triple there.
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+1 11. kissmybackbone commented 4 years ago

do they make the same for colon cleansing... ?
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+1 12. snotraddict commented 4 years ago

#4 thinking the same thing as I watched it and yes agreed it worked just ok. Good for very light duties.

#5 I was using them in my aquarium in the 70's/80's so much more than 10 years.