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PostPosted: Fri May 30, 2008 9:29 am 
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Kayak Jack wrote:
Coogs,

I just happened to notice a can of Minwax stuff in one of your piccies. Firmly grasp that can, walk to the open door of your shop, and fling it as far as you can. Do ot look back. Go get some Captain's Z-Spar varnish and use it. Never look back.


Jack.. I noticed that also , I figured it belonged to his helper since you have to be really squirrely to use it or even have it near your boat , fortunately it was just stain and not ( SHUTTER ) there crappy varnish. :twisted:

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Kayak Jack wrote:
Coogs,

I just happened to notice a can of Minwax stuff in one of your piccies..


Looks like it was for staining, not clear coating.

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Well my helpr got a 20$ and spent most on nuts. Thats what he
brought back. It was "on sale" as I later found out. Yep, it's just
waterbased stain. The little guy came back with no beer. :cry:
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coogzilla wrote:
Well my helpr got a 20$ and spent most on nuts. Thats what he
brought back. It was "on sale" as I later found out. Yep, it's just
waterbased stain. The little guy came back with no beer. :cry:
Coogs


Fire him or fry him for that , would be good with some beer if he would of remembered , might be one reason he forgot , safety and self preservation 1st......the little guy is thinking. :lol:

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Been a little ill. Some flu thing.
Well started working on it again.

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Heres a tool you can use to do inside 90's if you allready have
a air compressor.

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It works fairly well with a 3M rotolock pad.

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Just have use a light touch with it. 90deg die grinder. Knocks

down hardened poxy real easy and fast.

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Coogs thanks for your interest in my project :D
.........by way of thanks I thought I would check yours out 8)
.........nice build in fact I looked at your pages with my significant other half :) ..........shes perceptive :shock:
......when I commented that on page 3 you were building in your lounge room and why couldn't I do the same........her reply was he must be a bachelor in his bachelor pad :lol: :lol:
Like the stain effect


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Nice Coogs, real nice mate. 8)

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Thank's

Bachelor? Just gotta train em proper. :D

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(uh huh) :shock:

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coogzilla wrote:


Just gotta train em proper. :D





Brave and sage words there Coogs :lol: :lol: :lol:


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