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    Inox

    It doesn't need to be soaked for too long - just spray on and wait for a minute or two. It's very fast reacting. Some nails may need a little longer.
  2. Thanks for the recommendation about Oyster Bay...

    Thanks for the recommendation about Oyster Bay Cubby House @Crowie. I went down last Saturday and joined. Fantastic facilities and a great crowd.

    Dave
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    Haha - yeah there's definitely a bit of extra...

    Haha - yeah there's definitely a bit of extra work, but it looks great. I've found INOX to work really well for rusty nail removal.
  4. Hi @Crowie, I have added one project (the window...

    Hi @Crowie, I have added one project (the window frame) in more detail here: https://www.woodworkforums.com/f40/lockdown-project-shed-window-244001#post2257920.

    I'll add further posts in time.
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    Thanks Lance. I carried this deep window frame...

    Thanks Lance. I carried this deep window frame throughout the house in all the windows I added upstairs so it only seemed right to include it here. I'll definitely get a tour going when I get some...
  6. Thanks for jumping in Alan. I'd love to come down...

    Thanks for jumping in Alan. I'd love to come down to Oyster Bay to have a look.
    Dave 👍
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    Lockdown project - Work shed window

    I'm new here, so thought I'd share one of my recent projects.

    My woodworking space is under the house. There has been a boarded up window for far too long making this a dark room, so during...
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    What a beautiful stand

    You should be really proud of yourself. The stand looks very elegant. A great choice of timber too, very beautiful.
    Sorry to read about your accident. Wishing you a speedy recovery. And thanks for...
  9. Thanks all for the warm welcome!

    Great to know I can share some photos and details about my projects - most people I tell fall asleep or find a distraction within the first 5 minutes (non-woodworking people...).

    Crowie, can you...
  10. Looking for skills, tools and inspiration.

    Hi all, I'm a newbie. Great to find this forum and have other like minded folk to learn and be inspired from.
    I've done woodwork for many years, but only as a hobby. I've built windows and doors,...
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