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I just got off the phone talking to Charles Nichols. I noticed he hasn't been around and I wanted to check up on him. He's doing better from his lung issues but the doctors were concerned that the sawdust from turning might be aggravating his lungs. His lathe is in his apartment and the dust can't get away. At any rate, he said that he is doing better and to tel the gang, "HI" and that he'll be back on site soon.
Plan ''B'' rust clean up... and cast iron table polishing... soak your heavy rust w/ solvent and rub it out w/ a concrete rubbing stone... (the one w/ the handle) do the final polishing w/ the solid polishing bricks... keep in mind these bricks come in grits from dig a crater to make it nice and shiny... also make sure you don't rub out your table dry or you will get scratches the size of canyons.. do the rubbing in circular motion and not in line... clean the solvent off of the table.. paint thinner to the rescue... wax and buff out the top... better than new...
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