Thursday, May 19, 2022

Re: Alpha question

Chris L Johnson

On Mon, 8 Dec 1997 02:34:03, -0500 [email protected] ( LINDA

BARNHART) writes:

>Are you the person that I recall reading about who washed his Alpha

>liner in the dishwasher?

>

>Dave Barnhart, C.P.

>Eugene, OR

>

I am that person, but the comment was made about my ICEROSS, all-silicon

liner, before I switched to the Alpha. I wash my Alpha turned inside out

now in the shower when I shower. I have ceased using the dishwasher

because I don’t know what high temperature does to the Alpha, and the

cloth exterior will likely be stressed. I found soap and water in the

shower to be adequate and quick. I put the Alpha on immediately, and

even somewhat wet, have had no problems at all. I have found the

delicate, wash-and-dry overnight routine to be unnecessarily anal. The

dishwasher is still a great idea for silicone only liners. Silicone is

good to 2-3X the temps dishwashers achieve…just don’t let the liner

touch the heater coil under the lower tray.

Chris (CJ) Johnson

Director of Engineering,

College Park Industries, Inc.

(810) 294-7950 (at CPI), (616) 664-4173 (home office)

[email protected]

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