Nobody touching this with a 10 foot pole huh?
This section allows you to view all posts made by this member. Note that you can only see posts made in areas you currently have access to.
Yep, i got a can from Lowes for 8 bucks I think. rated up to 2000 degrees. I did have to do a coat, cure it, then do another coat and cure again though.This is true. You have to put a couple - if not a few - coats of paint for good coverage. I have seen no degradation of the finish since applying. It is solid.
It's getting thrown because of the curved surface in the jar. If you used a flat bottomed flask it would be fine. You can get a barbell stir bar though, that should keep it centered even though the glass is curved.+1 I had the same problem when trying to make a yeast starter with a jug. The convex curve on the bottom is throwing the magnet as it begins to spin. Find something with a flat bottom like an Erlenmeyer flask. You should be rocking and rolling with one. Plus if gives you measurements right on the side for ensuring appropriate yeast starter sizes.