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grizzly 

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Does anyone know of an outlet that sells a creamer you can attach to a drill, i have seen some at Thornes with a Prop on the end, but its very expensive, another website was even asking £65.

I have been using an attachment from the wifes blender but this rather annoyingly coupled with the speed of the drill can draw in air which is not good.

Has anyone found some, or what devices do you use when creaming. ?
 

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I did think about that but don't they also draw in the air ?
 

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as above, but try to get a stainless one, next best thing is chrome, I would avoid a painted one, unless you want colourful flecks in your honey
 

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run the drill in reverse so it pulls the honey upwards this will stop it drawing air in while mixing.
 

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