Even the Disney lamps, which were NIB were defective from sitting on shelves for years.
I have seen the hose clamp method for resealing the old cap.
Sometimes works, sometimes not.
I figured there has to be a better way...
I thought about home brewing and searched out for an alternate solution.
I recent bought one of these for $18 with 50 caps included
They can be had here: http://www.ebay.com/itm/231197926867?_trksid=p2060353.m2749.l2649&a...
I will let you know how they work when it arrives
I got a lot of globes to redo
Bought some new lamps just for the goo and fluid inside
Others,.. I want to convert to glitter
It's been a while since cappers have been talked about, so to a lot of members it IS new information. As a matter of fact I have a capper that I don't have the right fitting for and after reading this post I searched to find it. I will be ordering it soon so that I can step up my game!
Claude J said:
I vaguely remember a capper conversation between Keith, Vox and I on chat one night, lololol!!!!!
My first post for a while but I may as well jump in hear - the best capers to use are the old hand held ones i.e. capping tool and hammer or a bench caper useful if your doing lodes of globes.
Allthough the one you posted will work for home brew it wont work for globes - the topic has been talked about before but yea its always good to keep it bumped.
Yes I see that now
It only works on some off brand bottles
Where can I find one of tabletop bottle sealers and do (it appears) that they come with different size tooling for cvarious sized caps?
The ones I see on ebay all show one cap size
Is that a Agada bottle capper?