Its been a while since I've been here. Got lots to catch up on and lots of great news to impart.
But first; I have a question about glue clean up.
I recently acquired a panel glue up frame and clamps. I will post pictures tomorrow. Suffice it to say that it is great for gluing up panels but it is caked with old, and I mean very old glue clumps. My questions is: Does any body have a good, and hopefully fast, way of dissolving old hardened glue form metal clamps?
I've tried heat gun, blow torch, hot water but its a slow grueling process. I was hoping someone had a chemical based solution that would just melt that old hard wood glue right off.
Any suggestions, no matter how bizarre, are welcome.
Now a bit of news that will make all you guys cry...I opened my new wood shop in a....wait for it......lumber yard!!! I am not kidding you. My shop is in a lumber yard RENT FREE. I do odd jobs around the lumber yard, help with orders and I get a rent free, access to any wood I want (within reason) 1,600 sq ft shop!! Disney here I come. I got power gallor, 120, 220, 440, Dust collecting, 2 stage compressor, and...the very best part, and I mean VERY best part... they have a 48" wide belt sander!!!
I am going to post pics this week as soon as I get a chance. I also have a very interesting opportunity some of you might be interested in. More later.
I am in heaven.
I've missed you guys and I hope I can be on more often.