I always liked to wash mine by dangling them in a bucket of soapy water. I find it's easiest to do it straight away, right after using them. Makes the grass come off a lot easier.
Nothing like dried grass stuck to them.
Lol. Frogdropping, I read your question and thought "what!!!?" and then when the picture loaded - I burst out in laughter.
Your playing with people's imaginations here. When you say "bits", people will tend to think of...... Whatchamacullit. (Fiery's word)
So where did you snaffle that picture from, eh?
Ohhh Lady E lol I'm rumbled ... but yes, can I be blamed if folks have their minds in the gutter ...
So ... how do you wash yours?
Lita - it's part of a horses bridle. Honest ...
Thanks Lita. That's why I got caught out. "Bits" is a slang.
Lady E - how evasive you are ... not your car
Para - ummm - not telling
Froggy--well, I was just turning the house on myself out back but the neighbors started to talk so I'm currently looking for new avenues of 'bit washing'
Janetta - you could try leaving your bits overnight in plain cold water. Though they will need a thorough scrubbing the day after.
Fiery ... you think
Yeah, Janetta says she's looking for new avenues of bit washing. That killed me. Its like saying, I'm looking for new avenues to maximize my income, or something really serious like that.
Uh, Froggy--I wouldn't want them to get stolen, or worse--mildew!
I use paint stripper as it gets rid of the lipstick and flecks of nail varnish...
Not good wayne. That just causes corrosion. Of your bits.
In a hot shower of course or a bubble bath. Which bits are we talking about here?
Now blonde - you need to ask? There's only one kind. They go in the mouth.
Of a horse.
Omg, ohhhhhhhhh, I am not putting my delicate bits in the mouth of a horse, oh good gracious me, you don't know where that horse has been. Neighhhh....neighhhhhh.
lol only thee could make that even worse than it already was ...
blonde - thank God it's only cover that you're taking.
That's not Mr Ed BTW- Looks like a shettie to me. Mean little buggers they can be ...
Well, my bits wouldn't fit into a bucket.
Some of them are about 4 feet across, and have rotating teeth that rip and tear into whatever is being drilled.
I wash them with a high pressure hose, and sometimes have to remove stubborn particles with a wire brush.
Here are a couple of my favourites.
Uh-oh I smell mischief and mayhem.
Who let out the frog?! Last time I checked, she was locked up and guarded by zombies.
Yup. I can often see them reflected back at me in the mirror-like sheen of my freshly-polished bits.
Lol, Froggie, some would think you were a wankshaft, but you aren't.
However, in the English slang dictionary bits are, well, you know.
You sometimes think in speaking with the English that you miss things, that they say things that have no meaning to Americans and they know it.
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