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Barlow
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Posted Wed May 15, 2013, 12:27pm
Subject: Source for 32 Ounce Dog Bowl
 

Can anyone recommend a current source for a small (32 ounce) heavy stainless steel dog bowl for use with the heat gun.  I would like to use the small bowl for roasting small samples.  This sounds like an easy item to locate, however, without seeing the dog bowl it is difficult to examine the quality.  I do have and use a 40 ounce Durapet dog bowl.  I would like to find one with similar quality but a little smaller.  Any help from heat gun roasters in this regard is very appreciated.  Thanks, Bill.
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fwtechwiz
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Posted Sat May 18, 2013, 4:30am
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Bed bath and beyond has a large selection of stainless mixing bowls, check them out.
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Posted Sun May 19, 2013, 1:28pm
Subject: Re: Source for 32 Ounce Dog Bowl
 

Thanks to Fwtechwiz for his help and comments.  I did find a bowl at the local Petsmart.  It is a 32 ounce Durabolz Selecta that measures 4 3/4 inches across the bottom with 2 3/4 inch sides.  It is stainless steel and should be nice for roasting 3-5 ounce samples.
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