That's AquaVELVA your friend is thinking of! At least on 4/1.
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From: "Lou Judson" <[log in to unmask]>
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Sent: Thursday, April 01, 2010 10:41 PM
Subject: Re: [ARSCLIST] Clean LPs with wood glue?
> Whew! Thanks for the explanation, Tom. I have a distant friend who
> thinks Aquafina is 400 proof... he likes larger bottles too.
> Wish that were April Fools!
> On Apr 1, 2010, at 6:28 PM, Tom Fine wrote:
>> That said, yes on the Aquafina, it's commodity-priced reverse-
>> osmosis water made at your local Pepsi plant. Beware other RO
>> waters because many companies add back a "mineral packet" to give
>> the water a more "spring water" and tap water mouth-feel. RO water
>> can feel greasy in the mouth if one is used to drinking hard water
>> from the tap. RO water also may taste "funny" to some due to its
>> lack of taste, if one is used to hard water from the well or spring
>> water that is mineral-laden, or chlorine-flavored water from the
>> municipal system.
>> If you use Aquafina for this purpose, be kind to the environment
>> and buy the largest-sized bottles you can find.
>> -- Tom Fine