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Posted by  David c on October 30, 2001 at 15:35:43:

So many of "buckys"ideas were so far ahead of their time!!.I think the
Fog-Gun Shower systems time has finally arrived.this was a compressor
which pushed air along with the warmwater through an atomizing nozzle
which used water so sparingly that a person could take a long shower
with a quart of warm water,this fog-gun felt like a massage and deep
cleaned the pores and stimulated the lymph glands to make a person
feel refreshed and squeeky clean and this system could be used to wash
dishes,surfaces,even clothing..can you imagine the savings in energy
and water if everyone used this?but,i have been unable to find plans
for this Fog-Gun,does anyone know where i could find them??.thanks

 
 
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