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Old 07-02-2009, 03:43 PM   #1 (permalink)
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cleaning the kitchen sink

a strange thought...

I start the faucet. the drain isn't keeping up. I pull the sprayer out of its holder and began to clean the sides of the sink, all around in a is bigger than the faucet line, and same source of volume and pressure. the drain keeps up only when I spray around the sides of the sink ..never to stay in one spot...the same amount of water as the faucet..the same sink...
anybody know what simple thing I just thought of?

Time in the same space utilized fully has a slower drain...

this applies to a car. low fuel tanks have a small puddle. it goes with saving fuel on a fuller tank. A car with a small thermostat opening and lower temperature still overheated on the same lines..until a bigger thermostat was 1 or 2 millimiter... what bizarre thing to notice on my even goes to cylinders, air and fuel...which ingredient deserves more to make it perfect? venturi lingers in this thought as well. I deciphered an entire realm by cleaning the kitchen sink...

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