I'm O'Deen and I have 53 days.
I personally prefer turpentine as a lubricant when wet-sanding a
finish. Mineral spirits (paint thinner, Keeter) is too thin/smelly,
and mineral oil a bit too viscous. Fresh turps smells like the forest
and works well for me.
On 4 Jun 2004 13:40:41 -0700, firstname.lastname@example.org (Patrick Olguin)
Something to be admired.
The turps - and sub-turps - pressed from the matter - these are the
olfactory recollections of a wooddorker - the bonds of the chemist are
not nearly so strong as those of the imagination - what they would
syntehsize - we have already encompassed.
<watson-who always enjoyed having ducks on the pond-and being
left-handed, sought to draw the attention of the infield to a possible
Thomas J. Watson - Cabinetmaker, ret.
tjwatson1atcomcastdotnet (real email)
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