Table settings (was SCA speak)

Nancy Bradford-Reid n.b-reid at
Tue Jul 11 15:40:32 PDT 1995

>> We always shove our dirty feastgear into a perectly non-period plastic bag
>> and stow it in our feast box and wash the stuff when we get home.  We've
>> turned several people on to this method and it saves nerves.  Of course, if
>> you're staying a little longer, you have to wash them sooner or later.
>Ziploc... don't do feasts without them.

Yes, and it's a great way to use those plastic grocery bags you accumulate
on the way to events.

>The only problem that I have had with this is mildew invading wooden gear.

Take heart, untreated wood is actually a natural anitbiotic and as long as
you scrub them well, they will take no serious permanent harm.

>Paul Shore                       | shore at


nitter-nattering away

Nan Bradford-Reid
The Department of English
The University of Texas
n.b-reid at

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