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#5 – Old Vintage Potato Ricer Restoration

Vintage Potato Ricer Restoration

In this, restoration, I am restoring a vintage potato ricer that I bought at an auction for ZAR95 ($6 USD). I do not know much about potato ricers so I researched them a bit and in a nutshell, it boils down to mash texture. It is said that if you mash potatoes using a standard masher, it tends to yield a more “gluey” texture as opposed to the nice and fluffy texture most want. So apparently, using a potato ricer is the way to go if you prefer your mash to be nice and fluffy! If you want to know what I will be restoring next, check out my “What’s Next” page and if you want inside scoops/sneak peeks, follow me on Instagram, Facebook, or Twitter!

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I love restoring all things from tools, machines, household appliances, and really anything that I feel I can save. I also love watching restoration videos as I find them so relaxing and to be honest, it oftentimes helps me to fall asleep as I am a full-blown insomniac. These restoration video creators have inspired me so much that I decided to create my own Youtube channel to showcase all the items that I restore. My hopes are to grow the channel beyond my wildest dreams and to bring you some awesome content to watch.

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