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I haven't been able to get any shop time for a few weeks but made up for it yesterday.
A chrome Mach 3 wrapped in Lignum Vitae. Sanded to 600 and buffed ou on the Beale wheels.
A gold Mach 3 head with a Ladies Venus refill wrapped in Alternate Coral from Exotics. Sanded to 600 and buffed with Autosol metal polish.
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Hi Dick,
That is really nice looking.
If I may ask, where is the best place to buy the kits? I have been thinking of making one for my brother (along with a mug and brush).

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Outstanding work!

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Hi Dick,
That is really nice looking.
If I may ask, where is the best place to buy the kits? I have been thinking of making one for my brother (along with a mug and brush).

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Those are the Berea kits. I get mine from Bear Tooth Woods but they are also available from Berea, Arizona Silhouette, Exotic Blanks and probably some more.
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Those are the Berea kits. I get mine from Bear Tooth Woods but they are also available from Berea, Arizona Silhouette, Exotic Blanks and probably some more.
Thanks Dick,
I assumed you had already done the boring part (shopping).
I have some wood (post sections) left that was salvaged from a barn my G-grandfather built about 1890. Though a mug and razor set might fit the bill.

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