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next time you have a lot of finished pieces to let dry try using kid's playing jacks as spacers instead of painter's pyramids..
cheap and w/ their ball ends less prone to dimples and piercing...

This would have been the week that I'd have finished chewing thru the restraints...
If only new layers hadn't been added....

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Now that is a good tip. I have a bunch of wood blocks I cut to a point, the jacks would be much easier. Thanks
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But, I get those weird looks when I meander around the kids section at the toy shop......LOL.

I believe there was a thread started for tips and tricks?

All good tips, anyway.

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But, I get those weird looks when I meander around the kids section at the toy shop......LOL.

I believe there was a thread started for tips and tricks?

All good tips, anyway.
I have to play approve everything in the store...
so now management makes me wait outside while they send an employee to get what I'm after..
those jacks can be bought by the gallon and half gallon bucket quantities...

this T&T thread...
where have you hidden it James???

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this T&T thread...
where have you hidden it James???
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It is in general router-tips-techniques-day

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thread title said router tips didn't think playing jacks qualified...

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You are right, Stick, I was going from memory.....VBG.

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"You are right, Stick, I was going from memory.....VBG."
Bad idea in my case...
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"You are right, Stick, I was going from memory.....VBG."
Bad idea in my case...
don't feel bad...
that's why I've go note books...
but two things are happening....
did I remember to write it down and where is the note book...

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don't feel bad...
that's why I've go note books...
but two things are happening....
did I remember to write it down and where is the note book...
Well, we didn't right it down, and we haven't seen it since! I am talking about the mounting bracket for the Spacemaker toaster oven that my sweetie put away for safe keeping while we remodel the kitchen.

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