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  • Thu, Dec 27, 2018 - 09:37am

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    Alexabartel

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    Any humidifier or vaporizer

Any humidifier or vaporizer should do. However, I’ve read tons of medical articles that say herbs and essential oils are toxic to cats. They don’t metabolize the same way humans do. This goes for breathing the herbs and oils as well. eucalyptus, lavender, citrus and many more are all toxic to cats. Please humidify your cats without oils. No Vicks humidifiers either… https://iwaterpurification.com/best-whole-house-humidifiers-reviews/

  • Fri, Dec 28, 2018 - 04:37pm   (Reply to #21)

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    Cats do not need humidification…an expert opinion

Alexabartel wrote:
 
Please humidify your cats without oils.
 
 
Unless your cat is a 2015 C. F. Martin East Indian Rosewood Custom J40 12 string, or a 2015 C. F. Martin HD28 dreadnought, or a 2017 Brazilian “Sinker” Mahogany D18, I strongly urge you not to humidify cats.  
 
It does not go well.  
 
Do not ask me how I know this.
  • Fri, Dec 28, 2018 - 07:15pm   (Reply to #21)

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    False flag cat hygiene….

Hmmm.  Taking health advice on cats from someone named “Dogs”?  Caveat emptor.  He he…..Good to see you back DIAP!  Seasons’ Greetings to all and Aloha, Steve.

  • Sat, Dec 29, 2018 - 12:41am

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    robie robinson

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    It is good

to have diap post, even if the Martin guitars are of a more recent vintage. my fav. is a 1968 hd28 brazilian.

 

  • Mon, Dec 31, 2018 - 06:10pm   (Reply to #24)

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    If it’s any consoloation robie….

The D18 is made from ~200 year old mahogany that was felled ~100 years ago. Some number of logs sank into the silt as they were being floated downstream. There is a cottage industry recovering these logs.  C. F. Martin got their hands on enough to make about 90 D18s. So my almost 2 year old D18 is made from almost 300 year old wood.
 

  • Mon, Dec 31, 2018 - 08:23pm   (Reply to #24)

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    robie robinson

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    I have heard

rumors that such wood existed. Happy it’s in hands that appreciate it. 

Consolation Realized, Robie

  • Mon, Dec 31, 2018 - 08:58pm   (Reply to #24)

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    My understanding is

That such would often has beautiful mineralization, and therefore has a different density, and thus might have a different sound. I would say that to get such lumber, you have to look deep in canals where logging used to happen. For example, you might look on the George Washington Canal between NC and VA, because there was a logging operation for white cedar on the north side of NC, near the border; and mills both in Chesapeake (Bells Mill Rd) and North Carolina (South Mills).

There will be other such operations anywhere the was logging. I long ago had family that ran such a mill on the Snake River of western NY, till most of them got killed in a log jam.

  • Tue, Jan 01, 2019 - 03:02am   (Reply to #24)

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    robie robinson

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    Allegheny cty,

NY, Wellsville? Painted post? Much of my draft horse genetics are from Oneonta. Amish are taking over.

there are real physical reasons for old wood and … 

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