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    Corian Sink

    Finished the Sink, found a pack of sanding discs on Amazon, 240 to 1000, 60 pcs for 9.99 Spent about 3 hrs, double sink. Used 240 thru 400. The discs do not last too long, but did the job. Appreciate all the good advice..now looking for a Sealer for sink, cleaner/polishing for countertops
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    Corian Sink

    Absolutely
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    Corian Sink

    LoL Rip it Out. I have an Under Sink mount, Glued, read it must be removed with some Router gadget, they charge 1000+ to do so I appreciate All the great Input, this site is my Handyman magazine, thanks guys...back to searching for non woven pads, not in packs of 20-50
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    Corian Sink

    Thanks Graywolf, will take a look. WalnutJerry, its the Sink, white, faded, some cracks, have done the Scouring by hand with Comet, but needs more
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    Corian Sink

    Thanks Guys, have to find the non woven pads, then on with it. I have a dust port on the ROS, and facemask, appreciate the advice
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    Corian Sink

    Reading articles about resurfacing an under counter mount Corian sink. Understand the process, curious if anyone here has tried it. Article suggests first using 120, then 180 grit sandpaper[Hook and Loop 5" ROS discs] Then Non Woven Pads 280-400-600 grit.
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    Happy Birthday Steve Coles

    Happy and Healthy Steve~
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    Glue

    Thanks to all. I had a weldbond Epoxy, comes in a Syringe, dispenses the two parts equally, used it on first half , Hinge to Lid, left to set overnight, seems ok. Now need to finish more on project before I glue Lid to carcass
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    Glue

    Working on a small halloween project from 1/4 Baltic birch ply. Need to attach small Hinges to the wood for a functioning Lid. With the wood so thin, even the smallest screws are too long. Is there a Glue I might use?
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    Labeling Gas Cans

    I have multiple fuel cans as well, use Ethanol free Gas for Generator, Lawn Tractor, Stihl trimmers, thanks for the tip
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    Inspiration Point

    As always, wonderful work Berta.
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    Bear, sort of

    Thanks for all the input, its very helpful
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    Bear, sort of

    Very nice work TY for sharing
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    Bear, sort of

    The grown Grandson said call him Chubby as his short arms look like they are holding his belly after a meal
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    Bear, sort of

    This is my first attempt with a Log. 16 inches tall, 6 in diameter, from a tree taken down 2 years ago, Silver Maple, and turned out to be Spalted. I beat the heck of of it, was very hard. Trying different things, not great but I like him.
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    Zinnsser Shellac

    Well would hate to open it and get blasted...but it dried fine looks good.
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    Zinnsser Shellac

    It was sure odd, and the shellac is fine, used it, dried fine, clear. Probably will toss the rest, dont want it popping again
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    Zinnsser Shellac

    Have a small can of Zinnsser shellac, when I opened it, the cap Popped about 2 feet in the air. This happen to anyone?
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    Loss of a Son

    Condolences for Skymaster and Family, Prayers sent
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    Kuska

    Danny the only spoons I have done are from Oak barrel staves....large for mash, and outside large cooking vessels, not fancy but stout. Like to try a few tho

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