Sunday, August 19, 2012

How to clean a thurible...

Now I that this is probably not a hot button issue among Lutherans (but that does not mean it shouldn't be).  But, if you, like me, have ever faced a thurible with baked on resin, smoke, soot, and unnamed goo... well, take a gander....

4 comments:

Ted Badje said...

Well, I guess you need to bring back the office of Sexton for the dirty jobs. Maybe disposible aluminum thuribles would be the answer.

Anonymous said...

Here's a thought. Don't use it in the first place, then you will only have to dust it once a year or so.

Rev. Dustin Beck said...

Thanks for posting this. Mine is currently in the gunked up stage..

Janis Williams said...

First, like any good housewife, clean it after each use. Second, the Mr. Clean Magic Eraser is great!