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Just researching rust inhibitors has been interesting. I went with the WD40 Specialist Long Term Corrosion Inhibitor. Here are some test results among 46 products.

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As far as new tools, it will be nice to have space for a dual drum sander from Supermax. That is first on my list.

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I'm close but not that close, out east of Portland but if I can help wit a move to Spokane, let me know.

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I'm close but not that close, out east of Portland but if I can help wit a move to Spokane, let me know.
He's on one side of Houston, and I am on the other. Kinda like driving across New Jersey!
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He's on one side of Houston, and I am on the other. Kinda like driving across New Jersey!
that's gotta be the pits....
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He's on one side of Houston, and I am on the other. Kinda like driving across New Jersey!
that's gotta be the pits....

Having lived in Houston and made the trip from Sharpstown (which in those days was at the end of the SW Freeway) to U of H 5 days a week for 2 years I definitely agree with both comments.

I'd much rather drive from here to Spokane, WA!
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Congrats Brad and good luck!
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Thanks, Brad, for that fascinating comparison test (link)!
Most excellent!!!
Comprehensive Corrosion Test: 46 Products Compared : Day At The Range
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Thanks, Brad, for that fascinating comparison test (link)!
Most excellent!!!
Comprehensive Corrosion Test: 46 Products Compared : Day At The Range
I try to make my posts count for something. Glad you found the info useful.


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I'm really looking forward to seeing your new shop . Glad your dream is getting closer .
If you move further north west to Spokane I can probably give you hand moving in.

I can only imagine how nice the new shop is going to be . I have my fingers crossed that your house sells
I keep flip flopping between building my own pole barns or just getting a metal building(s) put up and finishing them myself.

Anyone have pros and cons of each? I understand time is money so unless there are cons against a metal building, I may just go that route.

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Congratulations on getting one step closer !


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I'm close but not that close, out east of Portland but if I can help wit a move to Spokane, let me know.
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Congrats Brad and good luck!
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Thanks everyone for the positive thoughts and offers of support. It is greatly appreciated.


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