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#1
     You really need a very hot solution containing a substance with
a very low pH - such as tri sodium phosphate, or even caustic
soda..... 

G’day; CORRECTION! It has just been pointed out to me that I was
wrong with above reply: Liquids with low pH are ACIDS like
hydrochloric acid. Those with high pH are ALKALIS like caustic soda;
trisodium phosphate; ammonia etc - all of which convert oils and
greases into a variety of soap.

I apologise for that; I couldn’t have been quite compos mentis. I
had just cracked a couple of ribs as the result of a fall. Over m own
feet. The news is that I may live. – John Burgess;
@John_Burgess2 of Mapua Nelson NZ


#2

Hello John,

Sorry to hear about your accident,but you got to have big feet to
stumble over them and after all those years of use you should know
where they are (joke!!). Whish you the very best and a very good
health !

Regards Pedro
Palonso@t-online.de


#3
 Sorry to hear about your accident,but you got to have big feet to
stumble over them and after all those years of use you should know
where they are 

G’day Pedro; You are quite wrong there; I take a five size shoe -
the smallest one can get in the adult men’s sizes; And I am 5’2"
short! Rarely know where the outside of the car is either - just got
it back (expensively) from the panel beater yesterday. I rather think
the problem is I have silverdust in the skull instead of the proper
stuff. Cheers, and thanks, – John Burgess; @John_Burgess2 of
Mapua Nelson NZ