It makes sense. I remember a few of the places I got Doner were also pizza shops. I should’ve studied the menu more instead of just ordering the one thing I knew. Why Have Abs When You Can Have Kebabs Vintage Retro Shirt. I can add this to the list as well. Just use your damn hands-off. The amount of effort is just ridiculous. Are you gonna keep that weird melted PVC and plastic bottle contraption in the kitchen drawer? No, you’re gonna have to make a new one every time. What is the fucking point? If it’s cooled down, it’s cooled down. Polymer cant flows, so barely any diffusion of VOC’s through the polymer matrix either. The release will be very close to non-existent.
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Even when heated up it will release barely anything, because most of the VOCs trapped in there have already evaporated out during production and storage. Why Have Abs When You Can Have Kebabs Vintage Retro Shirt (unless it’s been specifically treated with an absorbing component). Half masks only help against solid/liquid particles (and only up to a certain size depending on the fiber density) That makes sense, I’ve always used an organic filter but I guess I would need an AXP3 filter full face mask to actually be effective. Good thing I’ve only melted PVC for hobby shit. Would melt this plastic create a residue on the surface that could be toxic? But then again what would make it toxic?
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I assume broken down polymers aren’t. Would you know what the smell is? Because every time I’ve done anything with Heat and PVC it smells horrible. I saved this a long time ago (still never tried it). Honestly, I feel you can yield similar results with MUCH less effort by just rolling some meat and shoving your stick through it. Maybe less cancer-inducing too. A very cool idea, but I’m here for an easy time, Why Have Abs When You Can Have Kebabs Vintage Retro Shirt. Here’s a recipe for the Adana kebabs, which is the Turkish version of what’s essentially the same thing. Salt, cumin, and pepper flakes in this one; I mince in some garlic because I love garlic. Serve with flatbreads or rice and veggies. A long Turkish pepper that’s just been roasted to a light char is great too.
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