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Discussion in 'Photo Album' started by ldp4570, Aug 7, 2009.

  1. ldp4570

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    Flatery will get you nowhere!!!:laugh6:
     
  2. tyromeo55

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    Oh yes. It might as well be welded together forever if I did not. The card I pulled was for one that looked like it had been bumped into just about anything it got close to. So i thought , .... what the hey? It really does look better in person (then it does in the pic)

    Nah, but I don't mind showing you how to do it.
     
  3. CorpsVet

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    Can't wait until some of these begin to show up in the classifieds!
     
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    Tyromeo, did you plug the barrel / chambers?
     
  5. tyromeo55

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    Yes / No
     
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    I have access to a blaster--I think it has corncob media in it. Would that be okay to use?
     
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    I/ve never used Corncob. Currently I'm hooked on starblast which should be quite a bit more abrasive. I would stray away from crushed glass though. How big is the blaster? Mine is pretty big so, I had enough room to stay a foot away. If you get too close you can get a streaking effect which looks like crap. You might be able to lower the pressure and do a quick sweeping motion.
     
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    It's a huge cabinet. I've used the stuff on some silver dinnerware that was in a fire and it's not very abrasive.

    I think I'll give it a shot.
     
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    That looks really sharp!! :thumbup3:

    I am impressed, how did you ever come up with that idea?!?!? :blush:

    Gee, I might do that to one of mine....... :lmfao:
     
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    I decided not to get in on this buy but congrats to you all that did. And thanks to Leighton for the info!
     

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