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Washing shouldn't hurt them, but drying on high heat might be useful to shrink some of the outlandish sized dinner plates down to normal. :sneaky2::001_tongue:

Thos pics look like your Sinns are about to be sucked into a black hole. :scared: :laugh::laugh:
 

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Washing shouldn't hurt them, but drying on high heat might be useful to shrink some of the outlandish sized dinner plates down to normal. :sneaky2::001_tongue:

Thos pics look like your Sinns are about to be sucked into a black hole. :scared: :laugh::laugh:
That's what I've been afraid of - watches have gotten so large and heavy they create their own singularities. :scared::lol:
 

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That's what I've been afraid of - watches have gotten so large and heavy they create their own singularities. :scared::lol:
Dunno about that, but those U-Boats unbalance the machine during the spin cycle - thwakata, thwakata, thwakata - darned thing migrates across the floor.
 

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Here is what the watches looked like in the machine. As you can see, I used rope to pad and protect them. :biggrin: Cheers, Bill P.



 

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Dunno about that, but those U-Boats unbalance the machine during the spin cycle - thwakata, thwakata, thwakata - darned thing migrates across the floor.
You ain't heard nuthin' till you've heard a Beckman ultracentrifuge go out of balance at 90,000 rpm, and the rotor sheers off the drive spindle, then goes screaming around the inside of the chamber. :scared:
 
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