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Old August 2, 2011, 04:03 PM   #1
UtopiaTexasG19
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Join Date: July 3, 2011
Location: S.E. Texas Gulf Coast
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Too Much Mineral Spirits in Corn Cobb Media!

This morning I decided to try a small amount of mineral spirits in the corn cobb media when vibrating some .357 casings. It works quite well and the shells are comming out cleaner than using the media alone and with a shorter cycle time. Since it is over 100F here today I figured the mineral spririts would volitalize into the air so I added a bit more to the second batch and a more to the third batch. Third time was the charm and the media is wet to the point that the casings don't want to move around in the media. I have the media and casings out in the sun now and wonder if all the mineral spirits will eventually evaporate or will the heavier componants remain. In other words should I dump this stuff and start all over or will it dry out enough to us later on? Thanks...
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