by Andrew Baer
(International Space Station (Just two more weeks!))
I own a King powder coat cage. In transit, during a move, some bars were scratched. Not wanting rust I painted them with trials of various special enamels...always allowing the volatiles to take leave of the cage for a week.
Somehow, every time, she would find these sites and chew the paint off. She can't do that with the powder coat. I tried covering them with a sharp red pepper coating but to her that is like candy.
Yes, I know it is attention getting. I did a magic show with her so this is her chance to get even. (I have no illusions.) Any ideas. Can one just section powder coat parts for treatment. I was thinking of a two part epoxy! Of course I could water-board her which some of her colleagues have suggested.
She retired from the Clandestine Branch of the CIA five years ago.
Andy and Friend