You are clearly the initiator of making it personal when you made false allegations against certain unnamed pro water flushers which you couldn't back up with any facts whatsoever. Now you're trying to play the whiney victim. You're a lot better, it appears, at dishing it out than you are taking it. Hang on, I'll call you a Waambulance. And it is relevant, it points to your selfish character.Nice job. Now that you have run out of real things to say, you get personal. It doesn't help your case that you must bring in irrelevant arguments in to make yourself look good.
I haven’t had any negative issues with the finish. I just buff them dry with a fluffy towel afterwards, and they look better than before.
None with mine, but I trickle water through the chamber at a rate adjusted to keep the chamber filled while it pours out through the end of the shank, and I wipe the exterior. It will screw up microcrystalline wax finishes, like Paragon and Halcyon, but I just reapply and it's good as new.
Yes, I've had stain runoffs on 2 or 3 Danish Stanwells. I could see the stains on my fingers and tissues that I wiped the pipes with. The water seems to have washed off surface layers only, as residual layers remain that appear permanent. I've water rinsed around 50 or more pipes I'd guess and this happened on the Stanwells only.
Funny, I wash my Stanwells all the time. Were they estates?Yes, I've had stain runoffs on 2 or 3 Danish Stanwells. I could see the stains on my fingers and tissues that I wiped the pipes with. The water seems to have washed off the surface layers only, as residual layers remain that appear permanent.