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Very well explained and really thoughtful to write up supplies in both European and American. Nicely done.Thanks
Is that a jig saw converted into a table saw? Good idea on the small fridge. Thanks, John
Very crafty, thanks for sharing. Johnny
Hello, very well done with good explaination. Do you think this would work with hornets? I've been seeing several around my home recently. Thanks, Johnny
Well, it either worked or you rubbed your nose raw! Lol, jk. Looks like it works well. Thanks for sharing. Johnny
Very nice job! I don't have all the tools it would take to build the glider. It was fun watching. Thanks
use two socks for ladder mitts. When using an extension ladder to paint on your house, or washing windows, slip an old sock over each top rail of your extension ladder yo keep from scratching up your siding on your home. Most of the time you don't need to tie it on, it will fit snug. Also, save them old panty hose, cut the legs off in 12" sections, tie one end with itself, and use for paint strainers. Works great on old paint to remove the skins and scabs. After thr paint drains into a clean bucket, just drop the " strainer " into a plastic, tie, drop in the garbage. Now you got clean paint w/o all the boogers.
That was cool! Thank you for sharing. Johnny
A few years back we were working a construction site doing the fire proofing. We would get semi trailer loads of fire proofing baged up and stacked on pallets. Neither the material supplier or the trucking company.wanted the pallets back. One of my buddy's at work loaded them up by the truck loads. For quite some time. He had a little land in the country. I'm not sure what he ever did with them, but he had a lot, and other workers took some and a bunch were thrown in the dumpster. So, check construction sites if your looking. John
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