Charlie: Hey, chief, uh, you got a sec?
Ridge: It’s about all I got. Come on in, Charlie.
Jake: Maintenance on the washers is underway.
Charlie: You, uh, you don’t remember.
Ridge: Uh, I’ve got a lot on my plate. What?
Jake: The industrial washers. They were leaving rust deposits on the garments. Not any longer. I hired a company that specializes in this sort of stuff. They’re pickling as we speak.
Ridge: They’re pickling?
Jake: Yeah, it’s a term for how you remove the rust.
Charlie: Jake says they’ll be purring like happy kitties real soon.
Jake: Yeah, at the moment, though, they’re in pieces being cleaned in hydrofluoric acid.
Ridge: Wait, what?
Jake: I know. It’s a big project. Don’t worry. It’ll be out of this building before you know it.