Doesn't anyone else do it like we do it in Montana? Just wipe it on your sleeve.
Buttons on sleeves were introduced to keep soldiers from wiping their noses on their uniforms.
"A tool good enough to be so used and not too good"C.S. Lewis That Hideous Strength
...Dreaming of when I can have delusions of adequacy...
Olds Recording '73, Studio '48, Super '47, French Model 38/39, Ambassador '76, Ambassador Cornet '64
Reynolds Contempora LB '49-ish
Conn 22B '37, Frank Holton (early - '23?) "Patent Applied For"
Carol Brass Legend Heavyweight
plus various projects, whims and follies
I'm just happy not to be an French Horn player. They have to take the whole instrument appart just to release a few drops from every tube on the instrument LOL. And if they don't do it, they sound like blowing into an aquarium.
Stomvi Bb Master Gold
Bach Strad ML mod37
I carry a microfiber cloth, which is about the size of a washcloth. Whenever I need to use the waterkeys, I cover the keys with the cloth and release into the cloth. I use this all the time.
Flip Oakes Wild Thing
Selmer Paris Piccolo Trumpet
Eastman C Trumpet
Zeus Guarnerius Flugel Horn
Jin Boa Bass Trumpet
Kanstul G Bugle
I can see myself now releasing for the Saturn experience where I can see myself saying with each moisture purge:
T minus 10, 9, 8, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, 1...
We have moisture separation from the mother ship...
All systems go...
moisture rings are released and are orbiting Saturn
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