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Mad Max
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I been wanting to turn my work table top over, so today I did the flip.

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Man, that's clean!!

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Like a brand new table....free of charge.

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Mad Max
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Yep
It was getting cut up and everything else.
good thing I did not glue it down

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kennym
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I need to make mine double sided with timer that flips it every day and makes me clean up!

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Mad Max
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I got a pretty good burn pile today.
and a lot of tip overlays for MoJam

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That bench is to clean. You need to spill some glue on it or something.

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Mad Max
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yea
that's on the other side.

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It looks almost....
"Naked" [Eek!]
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Pat B
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Get some scrapings on that thing so it don't look so naked.

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Bench looks good.
I'am a Technician of sorts and was taught by my instructors to never, never go into a place of business and leave crap scattered all over the customers office. So I practice that method daily, or else I would go bonkers looking for stuff.
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PEARL DRUMS
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That's a good idea. Mine is so covered in epoxy and glue that I cant find a smooth area to use when needed. I know what Im doing this weekend.
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quote:
Originally posted by PEARL DRUMS:
That's a good idea. Mine is so covered in epoxy and glue that I cant find a smooth area to use when needed. I know what Im doing this weekend.

Use an old chisel to clean off debris.
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Mad Max
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quote:
Originally posted by PEARL DRUMS:
That's a good idea. Mine is so covered in epoxy and glue that I cant find a smooth area to use when needed. I know what Im doing this weekend.

You got to get some of that off where it going to set on the framing.

I use brown paper or wax paper to keep most of the glue off.

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