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  1. Toto K300 owner here. Had for about two years and am now definitely getting the band-aid smell in the bathroom. Funny to see people here with the same description. I cleaned all the dust out of the filter and the toilet's clean as a whistle. Have you by chance found a fix?

  2. Is there a youtube tutorial or channel you recommend for some of the shaking technique and flair/flips you did? Just a lowly home hobbyist looking to learn some party tricks. Thanks in advance for any help or input.

  3. 2 oz dark rum, 1 oz fresh lime juice, .75 oz 2:1 simple syrup, 3 dash Angostura, 2 dash Peychaud's, Mint Garnish

  4. 2 oz dark rum, 1 oz fresh lime juice, .75 oz 2:1 simple syrup, 3 dash Angostura, 2 dash Peychaud's, Mint Garnish

  5. Kinda tedious but I use these little trays for the effect: True Mini Silicone Tray Miniature Ice Cubes, Mold for Soap, Candles, Jell-O, Dishwasher Safe, Set of 3, Assorted

  6. Zeps acidic toilet bowl cleaner.

  7. Update, this worked like a charm! Poured about 4-6 ounces in and let it sit for 4 hours. 95% of it came off with a simple flush. The rest was scrubbed off easily. Thank you!

  8. I know this is a bit late, but I see you have a Toto bidet. Some toilets have a special coating that you can't use particular cleaners on. I have a Toto and this is the case; I'd hate for you to ruin your toilet if you have one like this.

  9. I have the same problem. Trust me zepps acidic toliet bowl cleaner will change your life. It’ll take that right off.

  10. Update, this worked like a charm! Poured about 4-6 ounces in and let it sit for 4 hours. 95% of it came off with a simple flush. The rest was scrubbed off easily. Thank you!

  11. I also love the pasta roller attachment. I find making fresh pasta very zen and totally worth it. And you can use the mixer attachment to get it started and the dough hook to do the hard kneading. It works great!

  12. Do you use the attachment that cuts the pasta? Seemed like it was limited to just fettuccine and spaghetti, so now I'm considering the less expensive "sheet" attachment and making different shapes with some of these techniques:

  13. I’m curious why you’re concerned about the price of the unit after having purchased it? Are you trying to flip it or just justify it to yourself (nothing wrong with that)?

  14. Yeah was just trying to assess how good of a deal I got. I saw some 600-900 prices and thought it might have been an absolute steal.

  15. To keep it from getting too hot do you just mix at a low speed / give it breaks through the process? I was thinking of trying some sourdough first, not sure if this is low hydration.

  16. i personally got a pasta maker attachment and i absolutely love it. sooo much more convenient than a manual pasta roller, and you can make the dough in the mixer using the dough hook you already have

  17. Did you get the one that cuts as well? Or do you roll sheets and cut yourself?

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