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 Post subject: Green glob Post war GE console makeover
PostPosted: Mar Tue 19, 2019 3:35 am 
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Another basket case radio came in for a beauty treatment, this was a family air Loom and was saved from going to the fire pit, only one man could save it from total destruction and I was called on once again. I will finish her up later this week, the last picture is cabinet in sealer coat, one light sand and re clear in a higher gloss and then it will be done, I then will give it back to my electrical man.


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 Post subject: Re: Green glob Post war GE console makeover
PostPosted: Mar Tue 19, 2019 4:00 am 
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Looking great Fred. Thanks as always for posting pictures of your work. I learn something every time. And of course I always have a question. The current one is bleed through at my tape edges. Is there a certain type of masking tape that you use that helps prevent that? I seem to be plagued by it on every project. Thanks in advance. Mike McKenzie


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