But my husband decided to give it a try, he was getting close to putting new glass bead in it so it's the perfect time to experiment. And it works so well I can't believe how beautiful and pristine they turn out.
Enough talk...I know you've been waiting for pictures, I know I would be. So here you go!
This is a glass beader, you put your hands in those holes which have gloves attached.
Here's a look inside, your hands are inside the protective gloves and the nozzle shoots out the glass bead.
Here's one of the drawers inside.
Here's looking through the plastic window on top as my husband cleans the drawer.
A before picture of one of the worse parts of one of the drawers. They actually have paper on the bottom which we didn't realize until we started cleaning them.
One of the squares cleaned out, much nicer than the other dirty ones around it! I have used the machine a few times and did a little bit of one drawer. But, you have to use a foot pedal to start and stop it and since I'm still wearing a boot, that made it pretty difficult. I couldn't tell what I was doing with my foot. Sometimes it was on when I didn't mean for it to be and sometimes the other way around lol.
That's for this portion of the blog. It's snowing outside so I took a couple of pitures of the snow. This moss covered rock was so pretty, it deserved to be snapped!!
Isn't it pretty!!