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Posted on: 5/5/09 11:19 PM
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This is a cup I had in my kitchen and never used. It is meant to separate the grease from the rest of your gravy. Since I didn't use it in the kitchen and before tossing it I decided to give it a try filling my steam iron. What a pleasant surprise! After all these decades of water spilling over and out of the reservoir while filling it, this type of cup makes it a breeze without loosing a drop of water!

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candyo said... (5/18/09 7:33 PM) Reply
I can't see it. the pic is too small.
Sewing Joe said... (5/9/09 5:48 PM) Reply
Clever, clever, clever.
rebe said... (5/6/09 12:47 PM) Reply
Also, I live in Florida where the water is hard and the minerals clog up the iron. I have switched to using zephryhills bottled water to fill up the steam iron and it has eliminated the clogging and spewing problems.
jeanharville said... (5/6/09 11:01 AM) Reply
Thanks, I'm going to try that.
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