Heavy Metal Dehydration is one of the hardest things to clean up on the road.
“I think it’s a lot easier to clean out the metal than it is the rest of it,” singer-guitarist Mark Maynard told MTV News in 2015.
Metal Dehydrator was one of several projects that were started to cleanse the body of unwanted toxins, including metals, carbon monoxide, carbon dioxide, ammonia and nitrogen oxides, which can lead to serious health problems.
After a long, grueling tour, Maynard decided to tackle his problem head on and create a metal fence that he would use to clean all of the unwanted metals from his body.
A friend of his who had a metal fabrication business contacted him about creating a fence, which he named the Heavy Metal Detox, in honor of his friend.
The metal fence, designed to resemble a metal cage, was constructed using reclaimed wood, metal fencing materials, and aluminum foil.
Maynard and his team built a fence of aluminum foil, duct tape, aluminum foil strips, duct-tape and a metal-faced bar to resemble the metal cage he had been given.
He took a trip to a local hardware store and found an old sheet metal fabrication table he had bought from a metal supplier.
Maynard and the team then began building the fence using the table and the reclaimed metal.
Assembling the metal fence made it easy to see that the metal was a part of the metal and not a waste of money.
The fence could be built and dismantled in minutes and was safe for the metalworker.
Heavy Metal Detector was the first product to be manufactured and sold online, which helped raise the profile of the product.
By 2018, the HeavyMetal Detector website was viewed over 5.5 million times and had more than 2.4 million visits, which are equivalent to 1.6 million visits per month.
In 2018, Mayfield also founded the Metal Fence Company, which manufactures metal fence panels to be used in metal fabrication.
The company has more than 600 customers, and in 2018, it sold more than 3 million metal fence panel panels.