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Thread: Cleaning a puffer fish / blow toad

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    Cleaning a puffer fish / blow toad


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    I think I'm gonna have to side with the DW vid over this.

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    I like this one from The Buxton Bunny's site....


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    What the H%#* did he use a miniature garden rake? Da*# that was fast!

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    I clean mine as it it shown on the Buston Bunny site also. It is very fast and I think, safer. No knife being pulled in the direction of my hand.

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    Ha!! What a way to clean them! I spent 10 minutes on each one. Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by AbuMike View Post
    I like this one from The Buxton Bunny's site....
    Ain't heard "Buxton Bunny" in a while....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hop View Post
    What the H%#* did he use a miniature garden rake? Da*# that was fast!
    It's called a "Toad Tool"

    Was sold on DW years ago, but no longer available for purchase.

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    There have been similar posts on here and a bent fork was recommended for the toad tool. I tried it and it works.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Drumdum View Post
    Ain't heard "Buxton Bunny" in a while....
    Is he even still around?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cdog View Post
    Is he even still around?
    i think so. have not seen him in years though..

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    Hand garden cultivator tool.

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    I sneaked a folk out the kitchen to try this method

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    You had to sneak a fork out of the kitchen? Your wife must run a pretty tight ship.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AbuMike View Post
    i think so. have not seen him in years though..
    He's another "one hit wonder"....

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    Is this the infamous BB/One Hit Wonder???

    http://dwaynesdesign.com/saltwater/

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark H. View Post
    Is this the infamous BB/One Hit Wonder???

    http://dwaynesdesign.com/saltwater/
    Yeap,pantiehose and all...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Drumdum View Post
    He's another "one hit wonder"....
    LOL, indeed...

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    Quote Originally Posted by dudeondacouch View Post
    You had to sneak a fork out of the kitchen? Your wife must run a pretty tight ship.
    Lol!

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