The 3 cutting wheels in the pipe cutter have "rivetted" shafts.
So what's the best way to dispose of a 180L bath full of depleted citric acid?
On the garden, on that patch where I'm planning to extend the shed, down the unmade drive?
No main drainage here and I don't want to put it in the cess pool.
If the acid is depleted, the question there is not citric acid, but the iron/rust which has been released. How many grams or kilograms of iron crap is there in 180L?So what's the best way to dispose of a 180L bath full of depleted citric acid?
Seagulls dance on the ground as it sounds like rain to the worms so they come to the surface and get snaffled by the gulls.Water has that effect on them. Can remember our infant or junior school teacher telling us that birds go after worms during rain for that fact.