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Old 08-01-2006, 19:41   #16
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Thanks Jentine & Lodesman, I'll give it a try with the iron.

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If I can't get it out I'll just stick a big sign next to it stating how clumsy I was by dropping a big wrench down the hatch and how lucky I was by not hitting someone.

When I was a little fart someone told me that you could judge a carpenters skills not by how well he could cut the wood. But by how well he could cover up his mistakes.


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Like most things - knowing how to get out of trouble is as important a skill as knowing how to avoid it in the first place. It's all about "problem solving".



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I used a water soluble varnish striper, with a striping pad, do not use steel wool. the striper removed old varnish and teak sealer well. I then used a teck cleaner on areas that needed it. flushed with water, let dry and sand. I went back with varnish.

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