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    Jet Boil cook stove

    I let a friend use my jet boil and he put the fuel can back inside the pot before everything had dried. The pot now has a rust ring around the bottom. I dont know for sure, but I dont think titanium rusts; i think the rust is from the bottom of the fuel can. I was wondering how to clean the pot without messing up the titanium. Thanks for any info.

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    Brillo pad and it should be good.

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    I bet that is the last time he borrows something.

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    You got that right. I normally dont let people use my gear but thought i would be nice. It wont happen agian.

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    Brillo pad should be just fine. Welcome to the forum!
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    Thanks for the welcome! I used a brillo pad and finally got it out. It took a lot more scrubbing than I thought it would.

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    how do you like it ?
    do to a slight mishap i have found i will be receving one for x-mass

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    I like it alot. I have used it for three years and never had a problem with it. I really dont have anything bad to say about it.

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    Santa got me a soto od regulated stove. He has been good to us so far this year. Oh he also got me a merino wool baselayer

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    I really like the Jet Boil. I've had mine for about 4 years and it's crazy how fast it can boil water.

 

 

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