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Would a diagram help? I know the video skips steps in places.
I ave thought about the mop bucket wringer and another idea I thought of wa a pasta maker. Does that sund any kind of way that might work
I've used a mop bucket for this several times when
my electric got shut off. It is a professional grade mop bucket from a restaurant. And it basically sucks for this. It is easier than hand wringing, but not terribly effective. I am sure a decent roller setup would work better, which is why I'm here looking.
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