A matter of scrounging around here and even, there
there again out in the garage, in the horse stall
where no horse is standing now
and I come up with the necessary parts to cobble together
a decent steam apparatus.
The right nozzle on the teapot, fitting the fittings along with a 90° bent 10 mm copper,
I forget how to say it, anyway,
will complete section 1.
Moving on down that line to the steam chamber entry
I have fashioned a tight fitting plug with my rasp
for the steam to
pass on through.
That chamber consisting of little, more like nothing
more than some left-over gas pipe, I guess PVC
which I wager can withstand the heat as it is coming.
And this endcappitated with yet a corresponding plug.
This port being coincidentally the entry
and exit point for the subject of the steam treatment,
in other words, the potential arm rest of my chair.