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        11-18-2008, 01:37 PM
      #11
    Trained
    Really Britt?? I was down in Georgia and my brother wanted to go to Waffle House, but my parent's said no (they didn't like the food)
    Next year I'll tell them to go there so I can get something LOL
         
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        11-18-2008, 02:33 PM
      #12
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    Originally Posted by kickshaw    
    i've used them too - they aren't as good as metal or plastic curries at getting off a lot of hair, but they do work!

    (and PS for those of you in the states, you can buy/get a 4x4x10 block of "slick and easy" for free/small fee at Waffle House! It's the stuff they clean the grills with!)

    I'm so jealous, we don't even have them here.. I have to buy them from the states & have them express-shipped. The shipping actually costs more than the product itself =/
         
        11-25-2008, 04:29 AM
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    Really Britt?? I was down in Georgia and my brother wanted to go to Waffle House, but my parent's said no (they didn't like the food)
    Next year I'll tell them to go there so I can get something LOL
    Most places that have a hot grill in the kitchen use them to clean the grill. Both restaurants that I have worked in (one hamburger joint, one Mexican food) used them. So you don't have to go to a Waffle house specifically. Although, I wonder if you could go to a food service supply store and find them cheaper? HHHMMMM......
         

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