Keeping Your Bushbuddy Clean(ish)
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Timothy Reynolds
(magrenell)

Locale: New England
Keeping Your Bushbuddy Clean(ish) on 01/03/2010 09:02:23 MST Print View

Happy New Year to one and all;

For those of you with Bushbuddy, I'd love to know how you keep yours clean after use when out on the trail.

I'm still wrestling with this problem, and yet still manage to get black soot marks over all my kit by the end of a long stint.

I'd love to hear how you do it.

Tim.

Tom Clark
(TomClark) - MLife

Locale: East Coast
Re: Keeping Your Bushbuddy Clean(ish) on 01/03/2010 10:50:51 MST Print View

After the water has boiled, put it in a pot cozy, and keep it there until you cook again or wash it.

Timothy Reynolds
(magrenell)

Locale: New England
Keeping Your Bushbuddy apparatus clean on 01/03/2010 11:22:11 MST Print View

Thanks, Tom.

Actually, when I said "Bushbuddy" in my post, I had meant to say "Pot" -- I don't know why I got mixed up, except to say that using my Bushbuddy gets my Titanium Pot covered in soot, and, during the course of a trip, everything else seems to get covered in soot eventually.

:-) T.

Tom Clark
(TomClark) - MLife

Locale: East Coast
Re: Keeping Your Bushbuddy apparatus clean on 01/03/2010 15:32:20 MST Print View

Tim,
Yeah, I was referring to your pot also.
Tom