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  1. bushbugg

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    Posted 9 years ago
    Fri Jun 11 2010 23:57:44
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    ridiculous topic, huh? but silliness soothes the infected.

    Ive been packtiting art books all day; later this week i might be packtiting my tax records.
    I know what Im going to be packtiting sunday night; Monday's work clothing.

    So all you buggers out there... what are you packtiting?

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    Posted 9 years ago
    Sat Jun 12 2010 11:20:51
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    Hi!

    I didn't PT anything last night....but today i'll follow your lead and PT all my art books. i have some wonderful ones...Will load up now....Then i'll work on my case files...i'll start with the open files and i'll see how long that takes...then i'll move on to the closed files.

    i just love my PT!

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    Posted 9 years ago
    Sat Jun 12 2010 11:26:02
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    Today for lunch I am having a PackTite jacket potato and baked beans.

    Only kidding and getting David back for gatecrashing my medieval castle bedbug banquette with a murder mystery weekend.

    Its a great system and we cant wait to see the CE approved version available in Europe.

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    Posted 9 years ago
    Sat Jun 12 2010 12:02:10
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    I like it.

    We could do a cookbook together.

    10 Packtite Meals Made Easy.

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    Sat Jun 12 2010 12:59:03
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    djames1921 - 53 minutes ago  » 
    I like it.
    We could do a cookbook together.
    10 Packtite Meals Made Easy.

    Just don't overload the popcorn or it will end in tears.

    David

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    Posted 9 years ago
    Sat Jun 12 2010 15:25:25
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    how many books can you packtite at a time? does it really cook them all the way through all those pages? just wondering if you had any tips on packtiting books.

    Thanks!

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    Posted 9 years ago
    Sat Jun 12 2010 15:48:53
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    i've got about about 40 books cooking in there right now. i'm doing them like everything else i put in there. i actually did some papers and my licenses, degrees and stuff the other day...turned out just fine...so i put the thermometer in the middle of the books in there and turn machine on. Check it from time to time until it get to 120 and then reset machine so that it runs for an hour at that temperature. I don't expect any problems but will report back if i do have some.

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    Posted 9 years ago
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    Someone please tell me what a packtite is and how this works and where I can get one?

  9. DeedleBeetle

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    Posted 9 years ago
    Sat Jun 12 2010 18:39:36
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    http://www.usbedbugs.com/PackTite-Portable-Heating-Unit_p_6.html

    (not for nothing, but googling works great! PackTite is all over the Internet)...Anyway, the link is above.

    I highly recommend it. It's worth the money and gives me great peace of mind.

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    Posted 9 years ago
    Mon Jun 14 2010 1:02:08
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    DeedleBeetle - 1 day ago  » 
    http://www.usbedbugs.com/PackTite-Portable-Heating-Unit_p_6.html
    (not for nothing, but googling works great! PackTite is all over the Internet)...Anyway, the link is above.

    DeedleBeetle but why google when we have bedbugger.com/forum? LOL! Thanks for the link I'm just so broke right now with everything I've been doing I just can't afford it Hopefully next paycheck.

  11. bushbugg

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    Posted 9 years ago
    Mon Jun 21 2010 0:11:42
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    Im packtiting tomorrows work clothes!!! I just love a steaming hot packtited outfit in June!

    I tried to packtite some suits earlier, but I over packed; The temperature only rose to 95 in an hour! Start again tomorrow.

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    Posted 9 years ago
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    bushbugg - 1 day ago  » 
    Im packtiting tomorrows work clothes!!! I just love a steaming hot packtited outfit in June!
    I tried to packtite some suits earlier, but I over packed; The temperature only rose to 95 in an hour! Start again tomorrow.

    Are we being facetious? LOL!


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