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IMG_2799.JPGGalootaclaus 2016 79 views11 items, two for chunks of Bodark and Mesquite from Texas, two for chisels needing a boatload of care, a bit holder also needing some help, a box of #7 slotted flat heads from Sweden of all places, dual sheave blocks, a mystery #593 Stanley hammer without faces, a NIB set of 6 Greenlee Irwin style bits, some acid brushes, and a tubular thing that apparently grows that way - never saw anything like this before, but I'm guessing that grew in Texas too. Quite an assortment.Charlie Driggs
004.JPGThe laboratory - as far away as I can get and down wind62 viewsThe fumes from this stuff will condense and etch the surface of anything it touches.
002.JPGSulfuric acid bath62 viewsCheap plastic container with a snap close lid.
003.JPGResult71 viewsThere is a black residue left on the file which I'm told is the carbon left when the iron is disolved from the surface of the steel.
001.JPGDrain cleaner - concentrated sulfuric acid71 viewsGrease --- Food residue
Paper ---rinds
Hair --- soap
& everthing else it touches!!
20080228_0025.JPGgetting rid of nubble on the edge of the card stock80 viewsOK, so its not really card stock - its matt board. Fancy card stock. Because this is for a special project, I used acid-free archival grade stuff. When cut, it tended to leave little fuzzy bits hanging of the edges. A sanding block took them off nicely.j.duprie
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