Opening tins

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Opening tins

Post: #273943 sda
Tue May 14, 2013 5:53 pm

It might be just me, so, does anyone else seem to have more trouble using a tin opener on basics/economy brands of tinned food that others?

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Re: Opening tins

Post: #274005 Crastney
Wed May 15, 2013 3:19 pm

not the basics tins, but a basics (or just cheap quality, poorly made) tin oppener usually last me about a week before breaking. Save up and pay more for an expensive one that's rugged and well made, and will last for more than 10 uses (or use a good old multi use pen knife)
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