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Old 29-03-17, 07:40 PM
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Smile Mayhems Tubing and Coolant compatibility guide.

This is a easy to follow chart for the users of our products.


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Old 29-03-17, 10:43 PM
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Awesome! Thanks for sharing.
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Thanks for this, one quick thing shouldn't that be PETG ? (and Flexible while I mention it (unless of course that's a branding thing I missed))

It would be nice if you could include similar compatibility with other established tube providers, would help avoid the dreaded brown pastel effect I was surprised when it reacted with food-grade tubing for example...
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Yes you are correct and ill sort that out now its my mistake. Thank you

Updated with correct spelling.
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Thanks for this, one quick thing shouldn't that be PETG ? (and Flexible while I mention it (unless of course that's a branding thing I missed))

It would be nice if you could include similar compatibility with other established tube providers, would help avoid the dreaded brown pastel effect I was surprised when it reacted with food-grade tubing for example...
Leave it with me, ill work on that (adding other companies products to our list), We could expand with other coolants and the list would grow to a massive data base as there are so many products out there. As for reactions to some tubing that is supposed to be food grade, well yes we were surprised until we delved deeper and got information on product makeup and worked out were the issues laid. How ever we cannot get involved in such issues as we just look like were attacking other companies products to make ours look better, which as we all know can be a double edge sword.

Maybe im just learning to be more froogle with my knowledge and experience gained.

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Needs more work though.
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