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    Hi Tonyz that round headed bolt was in the...

    Hi Tonyz
    that round headed bolt was in the wood. That post is from timber about 70 years old minimum. All rusted and aged for me, didn’t do a thing. Right next to it is a very gnarly heavy coach...
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    Thanks for the compliment and checking out my...

    Thanks for the compliment and checking out my work. I really appreciate it.
    Yes I did use a wire buff wheel and I also found it helped keep the sharp look. Also a wire brush. It really was wood I...
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    completed project with pics

    Here is completed project. I apologise for the sideways photos. They are vertical on my computer but upload sideways. I searched the forums for a solution but found nothing.
    The original bed frame...
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    Thanks for the ideas, I am still not sure what...

    Thanks for the ideas, I am still not sure what product to buy in a spray can though. I will go to the local Bunnings store and start reading cans. I will give an update on the job and perhaps a pic...
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    There are fissures, rough ends etc, parts where...

    There are fissures, rough ends etc, parts where the wood can’t be “polished” how would I get wax into those areas. Wouldn’t I have to use a polishing rag or the like.
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    Seal but not change the look of the wood

    I have just made an industrial, grunge, rough-call it what you like double bed from old Scungy timber for my 19 year old son. Whe I say rough I mean rough. It has some bits of paint in some places...
  7. Okay, listen to the experts, since I asked them....

    Okay, listen to the experts, since I asked them. I am now making the board around 35 mm thick. It would be a shame to waste the time and effort just to see a failed job.
    I like to think I have...
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    I glued a ladies high heeled shoe platform with...

    I glued a ladies high heeled shoe platform with sixaflex. It has held for quite a few nights out so far. It dries like a hard rubbery material and is quite tenacious. I use it to bond all sorts of...
  9. Thankyou for that excellent information...

    Thankyou for that excellent information Elanjacobs. Most helpful indeed.
    Concise and accurate advice is hard to come by I often find. Especially timely.
    China, I have fancy techniglue in my shed....
  10. Is techniglue non toxic for gluing cutting boards

    I am making a cutting board (end grain type) can anyone tell me if techniglue structural 2 part epoxy is food safe please. it has H60 and R60 on each container.
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