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Hi,

Just finished sending some points for #140..... who will be getting these?

Take a look at the picture and tell us what these things are and how they are used..... be the first one to post the correct answer and win 100 points.

Again the pencil is not the object of game but there for a size reference.

Hey I'll give someone 50 points if they can post a url of some place to buy these.... but you have to be the first one to do it.

Remember anyone can win and anyone can post their own "What is it?".

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I have some of those in my toolbox. I'm an autoglass installer and used those plastic razor blades to remove labels and excess sealant off 80's cadilacs with anti-laserative windshields. They had an additional plastic layer on the inside surface and would be destroyed by regular blades.
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I could add a link but dont know how[better stick to woodworking rather than computers].
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one place the "blades" can be found at is "leevalley.com" or
http://www.leevalley.com/garden/page...=2,42194,40727
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I have some of those in my toolbox. I'm an autoglass installer and used those plastic razor blades to remove labels and excess sealant off 80's cadilacs with anti-laserative windshields. They had an additional plastic layer on the inside surface and would be destroyed by regular blades.
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You people are good! And fast! And with the answer is corrects........

These are new to me, I just got my first "collection" this year and they are a nice useful addition to my tool collection.

Now Rusty, to add the url you can type the information in just like you did your answer something like: "www.rustytools.com" and then give a part number or name that would lead us to the blades..... if you want to give it a try I will give you an extra 50 points as a learning experence.

Hey Steveo your points are on the way too! Thanks!

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Thanks, sending 50 points your way!

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