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Discussion in 'Misc Reviews' started by crunchynut, Jan 14, 2017.
@crunchynut thats brill i mix in 100ml bottles and thats spot on thanks for posting that
I use a small coffee whisk. Mix them and then bottle them.
£1 milk frother from Ikea.
Strip apart and attach the frother to a dremel
Fits inside brown glass bottles and can whisks upto 10000RPM (i always use slowest speed 0
finally a use for my Dremel
Haha, have just tried this on 3x250ml bottles of DIY.
It now looks like slightly odd coloured cream with the consistency of Italian merengue.
I inadvertently left the dremel on max.
Looking at it, I think it'll take a month to return to it's normal vapable state!!
I've been looking for a use for my dremel for ages! Done a few 10ml testers today and my arms feel like they did when I discovered the 10 minute freeview!
It looks like milk of magnesia lol, but that disappears quickly.
Im amazed you ran it on full speed.
Ive had a couple of overflows doing that.
I also speed steep in a slow cooker and Dremel the juice every day.
Luckily the Missus was out when I did it. I was more cautious on the 2nd and 3rd bottle. Especially after trying to clean 30ml of juice off the windows, blinds, kettle, sink, chopping board,......
The list goes on. You get the idea!
I know the pain, and the mess lmao
My next test is going to be this :-
Looks great and I have a load of old PC bit floating around to play with.