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Postby jim109 » Apr 20th, '08, 20:48

really..that works? Jim
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Postby Sam. » Apr 20th, '08, 21:01

Makes sense to me. Creates some friction between the filter and the inside of the ingenuiTEA to help hold it in place.
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Postby Victoria » Apr 20th, '08, 21:20

Actually I used a pair of scissors to rough it up and yes it fits very tightly and works like a charm.

And as to how it is still white - well I guess I'll plug my dishwasher detergent here - I used to have that problem with Sunlight - once I switched to Palmolive, it comes out white. It actually removed the old stains.
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Postby Chip » Apr 20th, '08, 22:07

I would never have guessed Victoria was capable of such violence against teaware. You never know who you will run into here on TC. :shock: :wink:

What is next...one has to ask.

EDIT: Don't run with scissors.

But it works!
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Postby jim109 » Apr 21st, '08, 21:06

I just broke a pair of scissors trying your method. Put the filter back in, added cold water for a test......................It worked!!!!! No leaks and no "filter float" !! can't wait to try with hot water in the am!! thanks...jim
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