Patented Fishing reel cleaning solution

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Once again, kudos to the USPTO for granting a patent for such innovation!
Such a solution must be environmentally compatible and not toxic to the person cleaning the fishing reel.
Presumably, the person cleaning the reel will have the sense to leave the room.

And the cleaning container itself is a marvel of high-tech ingenuity!
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While we're on the subject, here's my idea for a container that can be used to clean 4 reels at a time, without mixing up the parts! In fact, I'm applying for separate patents for containers that can used for 2 reels, 3 reels, 5 reels, and 6 reels at a time. I would have tried a 7-reel container, but I can't seem to divide a circle into 7 equal parts.
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Ah, and it smells wonderful,too!

http://www.cdc.gov/niosh/pel88/111-76.html

What were they thinking at the patent office? Why can't i ever find the blind bat examiner when i put an app in?

The rest is found in Dawn dishwashing detergent

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Who bothers to read those material safety data sheets anyway.

"caused urinary excretion of butoxyacetic acid"

Sounds like fun.

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