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  1. Ciara Ciara
    05-21-2016 01:31 AM - permalink
    Ciara Ciara
    Hello my dear,
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  2. woodnthings
    03-23-2016 03:23 PM - permalink
    woodnthings
    I didn't think I should post this in the Man Chair thread, but I found this "unique" chair:
    http://www.likecool.com/The_Chair_fo...ing--Home.html
  3. amalina
    04-08-2013 12:11 PM - permalink
    amalina
    Hey I appreciate your testimony for Christ. The Lord has been good to me as well. Thanks, Allan
  4. althang
    03-31-2013 11:35 AM - permalink
    althang
    You had a prior post about envirotex lite. I just did my bar top with that and would like to know more about the sanding down and recoating process. Can you explain what you did? Can I just use my random orbital sander with 100 grit to knock down some bad spots then wash with rubbing alcohol and then recoat?
  5. mattk8715
    08-15-2012 05:04 PM - permalink
    mattk8715
    I tried to reply to your PM (awesome BTW, glad to hear all those things!), but your inbox is full. You have to delete your older messages before you can receive new ones. Just FYI :)
  6. donnajean
    05-28-2012 11:41 AM - permalink
    donnajean
    I have my grandparents' dining room table & stripped the top with Formby's & #0000 steel wool. I have put 3 coats of a satin Miniwax on it, steel wooling between coats. I don't like how it looks. It looks fake. It's solid walnut & I want to see the beauty of the wood, yet have it be durable. Should I just keep going? It will probably need about 12-15 or more coats with the product I bought. Or should I strip the poly & use a tung oil & some kind of wax?
  7. woodnthings
    12-10-2011 02:39 PM - permalink
    woodnthings
    photos....
    woodnthings How to post photos..one way:
    In your reply go to "manage attachments" and it will open a "Browse" window. Find the photos in your photo software and click on each one and it will show the description. You must enlarge the window to find "upload photos" on the far right side. Click that and wait until they show in the space below as text. There's a limit of 4 plus 1 that you can have per post/reply.
    You can also paste a link to a off site photo storage like Photobucket.
    You can use the "paper clip" in the tool bar as well. (:< D bill
  8. Old Dutchman
    11-03-2011 05:32 AM - permalink
    Old Dutchman
    Hello aarvark! If You come through, let Me no, and I'll buy You a cup of coffee!
  9. thegrgyle
    10-12-2011 11:18 AM - permalink
    thegrgyle
    Are you a sawyer? I possibly have some logs that I would like to get cut up in the western suburbs.

    I live in Saint Charles, west of chicago.

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  • About aardvark
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    Architect/builder
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    Chitown cornfields
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    Wood/home resto/auto resto
    Occupation
    Architect

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10:01 AM - Pineknot_86 quoted aardvark in post Turning Your Woodworking Hobby into a Side Business
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