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Thread: FreeStuff Winner Steve Busey - Laser Dark Coloring Spray #2

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    FreeStuff Winner Steve Busey - Laser Dark Coloring Spray #2

    FreeStuff Winner Steve Busey - Laser Dark Coloring Spray

    I'm sorry for the delay selecting the winner of this prize, I simply forgot about the date. I will try to remember to put the FreeStuff drawings in my phone calendar from now on so I can be reminded to be on time.

    The winner is Steve Busey, Steve please use the contact information below to make arrangements to receive your prize. I will send a PM to Laser Dark to confirm your status as the winner.

    "Available only to lower 48 state addresses due to shipping restrictions."

    Laser Dark LLC.

    Laser Dark set which includes:
    1 Laser Dark - Dark Brown
    1 Laser Dark – Black
    1 Laser Dark – Finish Coat
    A value of $44.85.


    Brief Description of the product:

    Laser Dark™ is an easy-to-use, semi-transparent coloring spray for enhancing the laser-engraved area on most types of wood. The simple two-step process enables users to take what would normally be an illegible laser-engraved plaque and make it into an easily-readable presentation piece. Simply follow the steps in the video or read our How To Use page, and you can learn how to save your company money without remaking plaques and wasting valuable time. Customers will notice the quality difference in plaques that do not have Laser Dark™ applied as compared to others with it.


    Contact info:

    www.laserdark.com
    Laser Dark™ LLC
    2425 Seymour Rd, Eau Claire, WI, 54703
    715-839-8666

    The winners name will be drawn on November 13th, 2013
    In order to win you must opt-in by posting in this thread.

    Good Luck to everyone!
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    Last edited by Keith Outten; 11-22-2013 at 8:08 AM.

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    I would like to try this stuff out.


    John Richards
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    Ditto!

    Dave
    PS....although my signature below says I don't have a laser, I am leaning heavily in that direction, and if not, I have a neighbor 2 blocks over with one who would love to try it as well.
    900x600 80watt EFR Tube laser from Liaocheng Ray Fine Tech LTD. Also a 900x600 2.5kw spindle CNC from Ray Fine. And my main tool, a well used and loved Jet 1642 Woodlathe with an outboard toolrest that helps me work from 36 inch diameters down to reallllllly tiny stuff.

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    I'm all in.
    Tim
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    Count me in. Thanks
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    Add me to the list. Thanks.
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    please add me in.

    thanks
    Charity


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    Please add me to the long list.

    Thanks
    Gary

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    One more addition to the list.. I'd like to try it out on the darker woods to see what happens...

    Thanks

    bc
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    Count me in.

  11. Me too please.

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    Awesome. Throw me in the hat!

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    yes, please!
    Jim Huston
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    I'm in, Thanks.
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    I'd love to try it... count me in please.

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