The chloride ion Cl- is the most common of these and is found in everyday materials such as salt and bleach. Pitting corrosion is avoided by making sure that stainless steel does not come into prolonged contact with harmful chemicals or by choosing a grade of steel which is more resistant to attack.
My boss/brother-in-law likes to piss on my rims. I'm sensing slight jealousy since he still has stock rims on his 99 CD.
And any ideas on how to get back at him, I'm thinking eat tons of asparagus so that my piss reeks, take a dump on his hood, :here: and douse his truck in ketchup. When I had a dog (a pug) and it was too cold to leave him outside in the backyard when I wasn't home, I would leave him in the garage... He would pee all over the garage and I immediately noticed anything made of steel and down low to the ground like my toolbox lower corners and wheels/brackets were all rusted...
I'm sensing slight jealousy since he still has stock rims on his 99 CD. Mine aren't anything expensive or flashy, but I try to keep them looking decent.
And any ideas on how to get back at him, I'm thinking eat tons of asparagus so that my piss reeks, take a dump on his hood, :here: and douse his truck in ketchup. Sounds like to me u need to beat the crap out of him.
Suggest that you open his fuel door and piss all over the cap :vomit007:I suggest you take a leak in his air intake up near the windshield.
(where you get air flow for inside the cab) Don't say a word and just let him wonder. Go get some industrial paint remover in a spray balm and give his rim a blast.
On a warm day it should start to peel off in sheets in about 10 minutes. Brake fluid will do almost the same thing but will take a lot longer.
Curious Does your employer offer dental coverage as part of your medical insurance?... I ask because your brother-in-law / boss should be needing some new front teeth in the near future if you see him doing that again. There is only one way to deal with that level of disrespect.....an old-fashioned punch in the mouth should teach him the manners his father forgot to.
Nothing like sucking meals through a straw for a week to give a guy time to reflect on his behavior. I quart or so of fish oil (or the like) into the fresh air intake below the windshield and if he leaves the truck unlocked, throw a few fish under the seat.... A few hours in the heat and it should smell lovely in there...
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A neighborhood in downtown San Diego watched a lamppost crash to the ground on an otherwise quiet Thursday night. When authorities arrived on the scene to remove the pole, experts determined the lamppost’s demise was caused by none other than dog urine.
Urine rapidly speeds up the corrosion process, which is already set in motion by rain and the progression of time. Prior to the pole falling over, authorities assume a car lightly bumped it, further weakening the base.
After the slight collision, dogs continued to pee on the lamppost base, eventually causing it to succumb to corrosion and fall over. Authorities are now urging neighbors to have their dogs pee on the fire hydrants instead, they are made of cast iron and won’t rust.
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