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April 10, 2013

Keep your glue away from fire and flame, and allow plenty ofventilation to protect yourself from

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Keep your glue away from fire and flame, and allow plenty ofventilation to protect yourself from fumes. You can use a rubber roller to smooth out the photo and eliminate air bubbles. The
glue will dry completely in about 15 minutes.

November 14, 2012

When the stamp rubber is ready, cut a piece of molding to length, sand ends slightly (on a rotary

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When the stamp rubber is ready, cut a piece of molding to length, sand ends slightly (on a rotary sander if you have one), install a handle with a rubber mallet (no glue is necessary unless it is a bad fit), and glue on the rubber strip.

May 12, 2011

Keep your glue away from fire and flame, and allow plenty ofventilation to protect yourself from

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Keep your glue away from fire and flame, and allow plenty ofventilation to protect yourself from fumes. You can use a rubber roller to smooth out the photo and eliminate air bubbles. The
glue will dry completely in about 15 minutes.

September 12, 2010

Keep your glue away from fire and flame, and allow plenty ofventilation to protect yourself from

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Keep your glue away from fire and flame, and allow plenty ofventilation to protect yourself from fumes. You can use a rubber roller to smooth out the photo and eliminate air bubbles. The
glue will dry completely in about 15 minutes.

September 1, 2010

Keep your glue away from fire and flame, and allow plenty ofventilation to protect yourself from

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Keep your glue away from fire and flame, and allow plenty ofventilation to protect yourself from fumes. You can use a rubber roller to smooth out the photo and eliminate air bubbles. The
glue will dry completely in about 15 minutes.

October 1, 2009

The, calculate your best prices on paint, sandpaper, wood and even tools and supplies

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The, calculate your best prices on paint, sandpaper, wood and even tools and supplies. It may be that buying glue in 5 gallon cans will save you a good deal — unless there is a spoilage problem. In this department, the most expensive thing you can do is to keep buying from the same source without constantly checking — and figuring how to get more for your money.

April 18, 2009

Keep your glue away from fire and flame, and allow plenty ofventilation to protect yourself from

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Keep your glue away from fire and flame, and allow plenty ofventilation to protect yourself from fumes. You can use a rubber roller to smooth out the photo and eliminate air bubbles. The
glue will dry completely in about 15 minutes.

January 24, 2009

Use a piece of tin or masonite for a cutout pattern; holes in it to mark places to drill

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Use a piece of tin or masonite for a cutout pattern; holes in it to mark places to drill. Work out a production schedule for steps that take time, such as glue setting and paint drying — where you take an item from the clamps, sand it lightly, lay it out for the painting phase and immediately place another item (or sets of items) the available glue clamps.

December 21, 2008

The, calculate your best prices on paint, sandpaper, wood and even tools and supplies

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The, calculate your best prices on paint, sandpaper, wood and even tools and supplies. It may be that buying glue in 5 gallon cans will save you a good deal — unless there is a spoilage problem. In this department, the most expensive thing you can do is to keep buying from the same source without constantly checking — and figuring how to get more for your money.

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