This looks like fun ! A new saliva ejection PRODUCT

Just saw this on eBay…

Its a harmonica dryer. No good in my house, I have very low ceilings in my old house. And I’d kill the cat. Anyone used one ?

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@HorseDoctor, oh nein, kenne ich auch nicht. :smiley: Ich denke es geht auch ohne und meine Wellensittiche hätten bestimmt auch etwas dagegen… :joy:

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Oh my gosh that is HILARIOUS! :rofl:

Thanks you for sharing this. Love it. I’ve never used one. Love to hear a review from someone who has…

Aloha,
Luke

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The concept appears sound to me. I might try it for $20. You guys with a lot of experience, are you buying the claim that 60 percent of debris remains inside a harmonica after tapping?

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Could be. I’d like to hear @slim’s opinion on this since he actually takes his apart and cleans them. What do the well-played ones look like when you open 'em up @slim? Do they really look like “swamps of decaying debris”?

If you get one, @DitchParrot, please report back!

Aloha,
Luke

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Well, they don’t look new !! :laughing:

Actually, I don’t think that the saliva ejection product will make it unnecessary to eventually open up the harp and really clean it. It could extend the time interval between such work, but it will still need to be occassionally done the “old fashioned” way. :roll_eyes:

I still swear by the ultrasonic jewelry cleaner for cleaning the harp with almost no risk of damage to the reeds & reedplates. :point_left:

Regards,
– Slim

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That’s intereting, nice find! If there was someone selling those in my country I’d be inclined to try one

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