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devonwoody

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I had a clogged up belt on my sander yesterday and I grabbed one of my wife's plastic clothes pegs and held it on the belt. It really worked well,
BUT DON'T LET THE WIFE CATCH YOU. :roll: :roll: :roll:
 

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Have you tried a piece of hose pipe - works real well too :) (don't let it melt though)

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Or Tesco bags....or similar...
 

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Bin liners, clothes pegs and hose pipes so thats what goes on in the workshop just don't let she who must be obeyed catch you!
 

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White House Workshop":2378owma said:
Brothel creepers work really well too...
I had to google that to see what they were. :shock:

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Drapes, drainpipes and a DA?
Who on here has seen me then? :twisted:
I hated it in the 70s when my wife wanted me to wear flairs and have my hair over my ears.
When the film Grease came out I took the kids to see it sporting my old TV hairstyle with DA.
Brylcream is nothing like the old greasy stuff I used to use every day then have my mum moaning because it came off on the pillow cases. lmao
 

devonwoody

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Brylcream is nothing like the old greasy stuff I used to use every day then have my mum moaning because it came off on the pillow cases. lmao


I sometimes had to go hunting for my jar of Brylcream :twisted: :twisted:
 

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Ah, those were the days, Goldies, Dommies, Vincents and Bonnevilles, and girls - not necessarily in that order but one usually led to the other! :D

Oh, and if the Brylcreem tub was empty, a little touch of lard, used sparingly, was a real life-saver to keep the quiff in place. :roll: :wink:

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That's a shame, Chris. Not enough workshop space to garage it, eh? :cry:

I always had a Black Shadow - in my dreams! :lol:

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Trev.
 

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Trev,

I could just see the time and money I would spend on fiddling about with it eating into my budget for woodworking and indeed, whilst my workshop is separate from my garage, there are already two bikes and a car in there - plus about 30 cu ft of wood of one kind or another!
 
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