On Fri, 26 Jan 1996, Steven Trovato wrote:
> >In the past, I have used an even simpler solution; when I replace the
> >carpet in the house I cut the old carpet into easily handled strips. I
> >roll as much as I need out out in my working area in the garage.
> >Eventually, it gets monumentally grungy, but in the meantime I am
> Be careful with this... Oil soaked... or even clean carpet can be a fire
>hazard. This is
> especially true when parking a catalytic converter equipped car over it.
> stories of these setting carpets on fire. Burns up your car, shop, house...
> your whole day.
I should have said that I do this under and around long term projects;
not under a car that's being driven. I'm not daft, however I may seem.
Ray Gibbons Dept. of Molecular Physiology & Biophysics
Univ. of Vermont College of Medicine, Burlington, VT
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