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post #1 of 15 (permalink) Old 09-30-2019, 01:10 AM Thread Starter
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Its allways a pain to find out that a wanna-be restorer have been "messed around". For instans I have just made a few strokes with my iron but I still found some ten or so small nails under the paint...
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Before running power tools on any old wood I have the tendency to use a strong magnet to search of nails/screws/hardware. The SawStop really makes that a priority but don't want to hit with any router bits or any cutters for that matter.
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Is it a window you are restoring?
Be sure to show us a before and after once it's finished!
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Oh yes Im restoring it. This is an outside window frame of a house built in year 1900 on southern Finland. Somebody has repaired the frame in a wrong way and im figuring it out if it is OK or not.
The magnet was a very good idea! 👍
Shure thing ill post some fresh pics.
1) Im removing the old lead based paint and removing the glases
2) Nails in plases there shouldnt be one
3) An old reparation of one of the joints in the corner
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Esko it looks like you have plenty of work ahead of you. Do be careful working with the old lead paint, some of the older paint had very high lead content.

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Oh yes I will. Ill use a Sundström respirator with both an A1 and a P3 filter plus keeping My door slightly open.
Ive done this +20yrs 🙂
Health is important to me and I know how toxic lead is.
The paint is removed and now I can deside what must be done to The wood.
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looking good
it is and I do like the photo-shoot.

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Thanks! Its allways a joy to get the messy Part of the job done.
Next thing is to replase rotten Wood with solid.

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It looks like it is coming along nice.


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