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chickie pail buckets

anyone know where you can purchase them in Denver?

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I got them at Ace on Kipling in Wheatridge
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ok thanks ill check ace
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We sell these:
https://www.downriverequip.com/campi...h-pan-pid-1961
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I think I'm going to add a couple of these:
https://www.amazon.com/Behrens-105LF...18412706&psc=1

The taller Chickie pails are nice for heating water, but are too deep for short people to do dishes on a tall table.
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Y'all know heating zinc coated (galvanized) metal releases toxins into the food/liquid AND as a gas.
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Y'all know heating zinc coated (galvanized) metal releases toxins into the food/liquid AND as a gas.
And with all the cracks, curves and the seam, once used a dish bucket it will never be clean again.

Friends don't let friends use chickie pails for dishes.

Nicely played Down River. And a far better option than galvanized buckets.
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Friends don't let friends use chickie pails for dishes.

Yup. The GSI ones look great. But I've found that the Sterlite dish tubs from Target at $1.90 ea is hard to beat.
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+1 on the Sterilite tubs. They also fit in my kitchen dry box. We did melt a hole in the side of one when a hot frying pan made contact with the side of a pan on our last trip. A piece of Gorilla tape applied to the inside wall was a quick repair that was leak proof for the rest of the trip.
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I have 2 of the enamelware basins (for hot wash & rinse - they can be reheated on blaster) AND 2 plastic tubs (Sterilite, probably, but stickers are long gone) - everything fits in one old duffel along with a strainer and all scrub brushes, soap, chlorox, etc. Used chickie pails for years - grew to hate packing 'em and they do collect scunge in crevices.
Never going back...
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