RE: [Histonet] How do you clean your waterbaths?

From:"Fred Underwood"

I don't find it to be a big problem.   It may not be as clean as
kimwipes but the cost difference makes it worthwhile.   Of course, I
don't deal with biopsies, so in the event I may have to recut a block,
cutting thru the specimen is not a problem.

>>> "Bartlett, Jeanine"  05/14/04 01:10PM >>>
Don't you have a lint problem?

-----Original Message-----
[] On Behalf Of Fred
Sent: Friday, May 14, 2004 12:50 PM
Subject: Re: [Histonet] How do you clean your waterbaths?

Toilet paper.  Ocassionaly you may have a problem with pieces breaking
off.  But hey, it's cheap and fits nicely over a wooden dowel for a
handy dispenser.

>>> Stevens Cathy  05/13/04 02:49PM
Just looking to see what various people use to clean the debris off
their water baths while cutting. We use kimwipes. Anything better?

Cathy Stevens H.T.(ASCP) BS
Pathology Coordinator
The Medical Center of Aurora

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