ripster wrote:Boil them.
The POM I had turned weird on the edges.
ripster wrote:You must have hard water in Nederlands!
I'll take a pic but half of my Signature Plastic Doubleshot keys slooowly floated to the bottom!
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ripster wrote:PBT keys have those too. I call them PBT dimples.
No guesses why some ABS keys float some don't?
The ones that do and don't are identical.
ripster wrote:itlnstln wrote:Borax?
You Mormon? No, it's toothpicks. I ALSO USED a bottle of the stuff that I SHOULD have used instead of the blue Dawn I put into my dishwasher causing a $79' repair bill solved by pouring 10 buckets of water through it!
I'm saying in the pic one Awesome key floats and the other identical one does not. At least I think they are identical. One may have a fat lip.
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