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  1. When ever I empty a spray can, I blow out the...

    When ever I empty a spray can, I blow out the spray head with the remaining propellant and pull off the spray head. I store the spray tips in a small parts drawer. If a tip clogs on a can with...
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    K&T was originally insulated, but with time and...

    K&T was originally insulated, but with time and critter help the insulation falls off. All the K&T I have encountered has been 14 gauge wire. It is not a good idea to leave it in place. My sister...
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    Here is the address I use to get to SMC:...

    Here is the address I use to get to SMC: https://sawmillcreek.org/forum.php
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    Here is the address I use to get to SMC:...

    Here is the address I use to get to SMC: https://sawmillcreek.org/forum.php
  5. The guy that did the trim work in my daughters...

    The guy that did the trim work in my daughters house (wasn't me) used them everywhere and lots of them. If one was good, two was much better.
  6. We need pictures of this knife.....:D

    We need pictures of this knife.....:D
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    If you have watched the TV show "Flea Market...

    If you have watched the TV show "Flea Market Flip" or "From trash to treasure", you can see all sorts of stuff "upcycled" into a piece of furniture that they sell for ridiculous prices.
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    Very nice work. I like the proportions. I would...

    Very nice work. I like the proportions. I would have to add an addition to the house to hold an entertainment center that large.
  9. My understanding is that AFCI breakers react to...

    My understanding is that AFCI breakers react to motors with brushes. Most motors on table saws don't have brushes. The other option is to determine if AFCI breakers are required on the circuits in...
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    As P T Barnum said, “There's a sucker born every...

    As P T Barnum said, “There's a sucker born every minute!
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    Eastern Hemlock is pretty weather resistant. ...

    Eastern Hemlock is pretty weather resistant. I've used it for pole barn siding.
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    The siding is now over 20 years old and still going.
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    Are sled heists a thing where you live?

    Are sled heists a thing where you live?
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    I have a Kreg miter gauge and I use it most of...

    I have a Kreg miter gauge and I use it most of the time. However, when I have a piece that is wider than the distance from the blade to the edge of the saw table, my crosscut sled gets used. I also...
  14. Yes, this is what I would do! There is a space...

    Yes, this is what I would do! There is a space between the bearing and the cutting edge on all bearing type router bits. If the bearing doesn't have enough surface to guide on you get a poor...
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    We live near Erie, PA about 80-90 miles from...

    We live near Erie, PA about 80-90 miles from Cleveland. Our weather radar through apps comes from Cleveland. It often shows rain when our sky is just cloudy. We've had clear skies when the radar...
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    Before I aligned my bandsaw, I seldom used it. ...

    Before I aligned my bandsaw, I seldom used it. Then, I aligned the table and miter slot to the blade. Now I can change blades any time I want and as long as I center the blade on the upper wheel by...
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    We discard the rusty rings and never reuse the...

    We discard the rusty rings and never reuse the lids. For the cost of new ones versus the labor to put up the contents, we don't feel it is worth the risk to reuse rusty rings. It helps if you...
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    After some additional thought and looking at the...

    After some additional thought and looking at the images supplied by Michael Hanley ( http://imgur.com/a/aymktx2), it would appear that the shoulder next to the flange nut is a bit wide. From where I...
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    I would take/send copies of the bank statements...

    I would take/send copies of the bank statements and the canceled checks to the tax office, perhaps through your local state representative's office. You may need to ask your bank for certified...
  20. Thread: Poplar

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    This dresser is made of Yellow (Tulip) poplar....

    This dresser is made of Yellow (Tulip) poplar.
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    The first coat of paint felt like 150 grit sandpaper, but a light 220 grit sanding took care of that along with two more coats of paint. ...
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    I've encountered a number of dogs when running...

    I've encountered a number of dogs when running and cycling. When running, I stop and raise my arms, then yell as loud as I can. This will usually deter the dog and alert the owner. If the dog...
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    That's what I do.

    That's what I do.
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    My grandfather who was a carpenter taught me that...

    My grandfather who was a carpenter taught me that trick. It is a lot faster than doing the math.
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    Looks functional.

    Looks functional.
  25. Thread: A new guy

    by Lee Schierer
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    Welcome to the creek, we look forward to seeing...

    Welcome to the creek, we look forward to seeing your projects. Fancy tools are nice, but the craftsman is the tool that make the project.
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