We need before and after photos..
good eye. I am a tech ed teacher so my garage can be full of endless projects with no where to work and I can still drag things to school to complete in my down time. It is a pretty nice gig.Is that a Powermatic 66 in the background ?
I like that.... I guess I am one of those guys too. The rims liike pretty nice to me, nice work.I'm a 50-50 guy: If it looks good at 50 ft or 50 mph I am happy.
I would think it would work well for those pieces. The main reason it took so long on the wheels was having to find a way that they wouldn't just get blown away and shifting them all the time so I could get into each of the grooves completely. I am planning to use it on my 44" deck next.Very interesting......would this be a good option for the hood and fenders or would it take to long
** Go to a pool company and buy "PH Plus" Same thing you need to get the results and easy to find. It's all I use in my tanks. :thThumbsUI normally use electrolysis as well but I have had a harder and harder time finding lye. Ordinarily little stuff like this would go in my electrolysis tank but I wanted to try it out. The blaster adapter should be quite helpful when it comes to the mower deck shell and scalp wheel bracket.