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Todo arbol es madera, pero el ocote no es caoba.
on September 16, 2017
Yes, it's oil, it's red, and it works. Is it really that great? Considering that I disassemble and clean my reels after every outing, I'm not sure that I will see the benefits of red oil over the ordinary color of ReelX. And at a cost of about eleven dollars for a tablespoon and half of oil, Hot Sauce should be "hot." I didn't notice it at the time of purchase, but I did notice at the time it became necessary to clean up the leaking oil mess on my desk that neither the Hot Sauce label nor the Amazon listing indicate the volume that is being sold. It was my impression that there are interstate commerce regulations that require this information. In any case, I made a good-faith attempt to calculate the volume of the little leaky bottle, and my arithmetic confirmed my sight measurement of 1.5 tablespoons: I calculated the approximate volume of oil in the bottle to be 24 milliliters. For those who don't want to bother with the conversion factors and multiplication, at a cost of eleven dollars per bottle, this hot stuff costs $1735/gallon. Muy caliente! At 20 drops per milliliter, it works out to 2 cents per drop. That won't break the bank, but it seems like it should provide the marketeers enough revenue to spend an extra cent on a decent container. I hope this bottle lasts a long time, because I won't buy it again.