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I just found this forum this afternoon while "googling" how to clean up rust on a table saw top. So far, I'm very impressed with this site. I've been a hobby woodworker for about 30 years and throughly enjoy the therapeutic aspects of working with my hands.

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Hi everyone. I'm new to this forum. So forgive me. Just want to say hey and I'll keep on posting and replying when necessary.

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I just found this forum this afternoon while "googling" how to clean up rust on a table saw top. So far, I'm very impressed with this site. I've been a hobby woodworker for about 30 years and throughly enjoy the therapeutic aspects of working with my hands.

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Welcome to the forum. You'll continue to find it a nifty place to visit, I'm sure.

One thing, the rule here is, no pics it didn't happen. Let's see some of your projects.

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I'd like to show pics just can't figure out how to send from iPhone. To much technology these days. Gotta love it.

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I'd like to show pics just can't figure out how to send from iPhone. To much technology these days. Gotta love it.
Click on the 'advanced' tab

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I'm sorry I don't know where the advanced tab is. Sorry I'm making this difficult. Thank for helping.

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Oh I think I found the advance tab I'll try it out.

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Oh ok it worked thanks for helping me. I appreciate that. This is a 6' cedar slab I got from tennessee and tree root stump I found up in three lakes wis on the shore. This table is one of a kind.

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