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Old 09-03-2008, 02:03 AM
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Default Re: Isn't retained heat marvelous?

Thanks both, E. and N.,

I found a very serious one on eBay which should work fine there, according to your suggestion. The same seller (sounds reputable and knows what they are doing) suggested an additional 1m lance for an extra 3.55 ... This looks like the works, but I think I'll try the budget solution first

I bake weekly (so far in the normal electric oven - I only started cooking properly in the freshly built WFO last weekend ...), so I might invest in the nice sprayer later.

Thanks again,

W.
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