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Old 15-03-2023, 22:11   #31
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Re: Bowls for Passage Making

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Old 13-08-2023, 16:20   #32
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Re: Bowls for Passage Making

Non skid bowls:

If your dog won't give up it's bowl I offer the following suggestion:


1) Turn YOUR bowl upside down
2) Run a bead of silicone sealant around the bottom
3) Place a piece of wax paper on the sealant
4) Turn it over and press lightly to give the bead of sealant "flattened" surface
5) Let dry and then peel off the wax paper

Just a suggestion from the cheap seats
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Re: Bowls for Passage Making

Galleyware bowls and plates.
Lots of yeti mugs (14oz, 10oz) and Rambler water bottles 18oz., 26oz. 36oz. and 64oz.

You can definitely eat from a Yeti. All of the Yeti stuff has lids.

Veterans (and maybe others) get 20% which makes the prices a little more manageable.
https://www.yeti.com/id-me.html
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Re: Bowls for Passage Making

There is a really simple way to make any bowl or plate stay put in a seaway. Put it down on a wet paper towel.

Based on the comments I see in this thread this is not as common knowledge as I thought.
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Re: Bowls for Passage Making

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There is a really simple way to make any bowl or plate stay put in a seaway. Put it down on a wet paper towel.

Based on the comments I see in this thread this is not as common knowledge as I thought.
Sheets of high temperature silicone also work great for this and as trivets.
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