I feel like clarifying again what was meant with that "I'm not a pro pro but semi pro and know alot of things.
Things like that when it looks like I talk crap scratch my (still low) repution and I dont want to be categorized as trash talker."
I just cant stand when people join a conversation and turn my words into something that I've never said or meant.
In my first sentence I also mentioned that I don't own a flowhood and I refer to the quoted statement from shroomery and a Video I've seen where someone talked about spraying it prior to the work - tried to find the video again but decided to not check more videos after the third wrong one.
Again this doesn't mean that I agree with the practice to spray it prior to any work.
I personally would cover the hood for when not in use and turnn the thing on for 10-15mins before doing any work and not spray the thing.
The quote was just to show that people do that and have no problems, to assume that I suggest to do that is just an assumption and not what I did.
"I'm not a pro pro but semi pro and know alot of things" - I wouldn't write that again if I could go back in time.
People start arguing and interpret things like I'm a complete idiot and I felt like clarifying that I know some sh*t and to put me into this "you've said this and that" - which is not what I said, scratches my credibility (reputation - should've not used the word reputation).
"Spraying alcohol is not effective against a soaked fabric"
Partly right I'd say.
If the fabric is already dried then yes its pretty much useless, he here tho freshly spilled LC onto the front and then worked with the hepa. To spray it right afterwards makes sure to not spread any bacteria from the still wet fabric by simply killing them all with alcohol.
"RIP though hamloaf"
Did he pass or was the RIP just because he talks shit ?