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RESTORE - ATION? MAYBE 12 Dec 2015 04:14 #55005

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Pix of the removed bolt or feeding the gator, which ever ya tackle 1st....

Good luck tomorrow.

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RESTORE - ATION? MAYBE 12 Dec 2015 04:14 #55004

been following your thread, sounds like your a girl with gumption, good on you, have fun, good bunch here.
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RESTORE - ATION? MAYBE 12 Dec 2015 04:08 #55003

jbcurt00 wrote:

seaforrest wrote: what the heck are those gloves! Cra-Z!


Noodling shark gloves, can also be used for hand feeding the gators. W out 'em its more of a feeding your hand to the gator sort of affair... :goof:



LOL! Well. Good to know. I have lived in Louisiana for 17 years and never felt the need to feed my hand to a gator but you never know. I've even learned to eat gator and it is quite tasty but I imagine I could tackle a rusty boat before I would choose to tackle a gator. Less tools involved..... I think.

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seaforrest wrote: what the heck are those gloves! Cra-Z!


Noodling shark gloves, can also be used for hand feeding the gators. W out 'em its more of a feeding your hand to the gator sort of affair... :goof:

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RESTORE - ATION? MAYBE 11 Dec 2015 23:59 #54990

those are the new and improved sctotch brite gloves, stick the pad anywhere on them and the wont fall off, for those hard to reach areas

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RESTORE - ATION? MAYBE 11 Dec 2015 17:16 #54985

Ya'll are comedians! :biggrin: Love it! What the heck are those gloves! Cra-Z!

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RESTORE - ATION? MAYBE 11 Dec 2015 13:55 #54980

Here ya go girl.....


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RESTORE - ATION? MAYBE 11 Dec 2015 05:01 #54973

Eagle127 wrote: Finger Nail polish remover ,,Magic Eraser....It looks like we are going to be expanding our list of known chemicals, abrasives and tools !! :P Might as well grab the hair dryer to soften up the adhesive.... ;) Sooner or later you are going to need a Dremel...Or I mean an electric manicure tool......................You're going to have a blast..


HA HA HA!! I already own a dremel thank you very much! Not to say that I've ever used it. But why dont you work on finding me some way to SAVE my manicure whilst I work on this rusty boat!

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RESTORE - ATION? MAYBE 11 Dec 2015 00:09 #54964

Finger Nail polish remover ,,Magic Eraser....It looks like we are going to be expanding our list of known chemicals, abrasives and tools !! :P Might as well grab the hair dryer to soften up the adhesive.... ;) Sooner or later you are going to need a Dremel...Or I mean an electric manicure tool......................You're going to have a blast..

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RESTORE - ATION? MAYBE 10 Dec 2015 22:13 #54960

RickG wrote: A belated welcome, and a suggestion. Looking at the picture with the adhesive, I'm going to go way out on a limb and suggest that you try lacquer thinner as a solvent. It'll dissolve most contact type adhesives (...which that kinda looks like) and won't harm the aluminum.

As John and others have said, go slow. PBBlaster will help. I found that most of my rusty fasteners just broke when turned with a wrench or vise-grips.

You'll get there.


Thank you RickG! I will do one side with acetone and one side with laquer thinner and we can make it a science project. :-)

I noticed that some of the adhesive that has been exposed is dried out and just flakes off. So if I can get the remaining wood off, the rest might rub off with a magic eraser.

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