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post #91 of 95
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Yep, I have a stack of about 10, 3" x 6" x 1/4"  Lexan scrapers I had the machinist at work make up for me. Been using them for over 15 years now. Once every 5 years or so I have him clean them up on the Bridgeport for me.

 

How's that...;)

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I just use my Mantac and always have a fresh sharp plastic edge!

post #92 of 95
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Roto Brushes are sacrilegious!   Good scraping first will make hand brushing easy.  Roto brushes are just another gimmick.  You spend more money, raise more dust.

Jacques...that is pure bull puckey. 

 

 

Love my rotos and plastic scrapers. 

 

I will never use a metal scraper to remove wax.   Talk about overkill and totally unnecessary.  

 

You have some definite goofy ideas. 

 

 

Ya want to make scraping easy....use a sharp plastic scraper and Rotos!


You funny!  Gotta' love the steel !

post #93 of 95
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You funny!  Gotta' love the steel !

 

 

I'll bet you like Volant skis too ;) You know what they said...

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You funny!  Gotta' love the steel !

I am a picky bastard....Also strongly dislike The Side of Beast!  

 

I see one sittin' on your table!

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You funny!  Gotta' love the steel !

I am a picky bastard....Also strongly dislike The Side of Beast!  

 

I see one sittin' on your table!


I love my side of the BEAST!

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