It is supposed to be Washing Soda...
shapps1313 wrote:No I didn't drill thru the front, but I know it does happen. The casting is not the thickest in that region. Also if you are not quite centered on the old bolt it could skate off and you'd be drilling into a "softer" metal that the bolt is made of and viola more pressure into softer metal means faster cutting means a deeper hole means an ugly bolt sticking thru the front.
Although, you can move over about a half inch and drill and tap new holes. Also being careful with the depth of your hole. Just be sure to use a bottoming tap for your final step,you'll have the maximum amount threads that way.
eelhc wrote:I definitely got a bad batch of stove brite from northline express. I've gone through 2 cans and each can has about 1/2 the paint left when the aerosol propellant runs out. The spray is so weak that the paint is splattering. Checked the bottom of the cans and the date on them is Feb of 2007. 2-1/2 years old. I'm going to see if they'll take them back.
eelhc wrote:emailed Northline Express today and they are having the manufacturer send me 4 new cans. Apparently they are checking their stock as well. Has anyone else have a problem with Stove Bright paint that's too old?