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George Beggs

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Posted: 03/13/20 07:55pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Now that you are back; why are you not working on the motorhome?


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George Beggs wrote:

Now that you are back; why are you not working on the motorhome?




Because THIS and dirt do not mix!



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Hopefully it comes out soon and the wound heals fast. At my age the wounds don't heal as fast as they use to.


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sundancer268 wrote:

Hopefully it comes out soon and the wound heals fast. At my age the wounds don't heal as fast as they use to.



It's all about nutrition, not drugs...... Lol.

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Ah, much better! Let the healing of all the pricking continue! Lol.



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And this is the other arm. It's called "swing and a miss". Too many pokes, not enough hits.

Ah well, it's all good. Things are looking better. I won't bore you with the details, unless inquiring minds want to know.

I should be able to get back on the moho in a couple of days! Yay!!!



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And that, is why I like the lacquer. Wahoo!


I've used Deft brushing lacquer...

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...for years when finishing things on the lathe, for all the reasons you've listed. Eventually had to go to water based, on the stern advice of SWMBO, due to the stink fouling the entire house. Never tried Minwax lacquer but greatly admire the brand, so will get some next time...



Maybe a little plastic "finishing booth" with a hole and a fan, (fan for input so you don't blow yourself up), for venting would be in your best interest?

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hope things are getting better for you.we gotta have our nightly fix

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Well, the Governor of Pa has pretty well shut down the state, with an emergency declaration.

According to reports, it looks like this will last a couple of weeks.

Last time we had a shutdown, it was for snow, and not for that amount of time.

Fortunately, we are pretty well stocked on food, and yes, toilet paper. No, we did not buy any, we had some in stock.

We did pick up a couple of minor things yesterday, so we should be good to go for a while.

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donkeydew wrote:

hope things are getting better for you.we gotta have our nightly fix



Yup, comiming along. Slower than I like, but there is progress being made! Wahoo!!

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