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  • Metjunkie
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    Originally posted by Ironken View Post

    Would a muriatic acid solution do it?
    I've read that muriatic acid has good results, I just haven't got around to trying it yet.

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  • Ironken
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    Originally posted by Metjunkie View Post

    Amen to that! And if anyone knows a sure fire way to get rid of those rust stains on concrete, I'd love to know what it is.
    Would a muriatic acid solution do it?

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  • Ironken
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    Originally posted by old jupiter View Post

    haw, that's too funny, the first time i've heard anyone point it out.

    For me, it's that no woman has ever understood why i don't care about my living arrangements, that all i ever wanted was a crappy little bachelor pad with bachelor-grade (free hand-me-down) mis-matched furniture, etc., . . . Sitting upstairs on top of a gigantic fully-equipped shop!!
    exactly!

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  • ryanjones2150
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    If that's the chair, what's your lap look like? Yikes!

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  • Oldgrandad
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    If your chair looks like this

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  • Metjunkie
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    Originally posted by ryanjones2150 View Post
    Try a fresh layer of grinding dust.
    You may be onto something there. An even layer all across the floor, a little water and a few days to percolate. Could be the next big thing in concrete coatings.

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  • ryanjones2150
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    Try a fresh layer of grinding dust.

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  • Metjunkie
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    Originally posted by old jupiter View Post

    Haw, that's too funny, the first time I've heard anyone point it out.

    For me, it's that no woman has ever understood why I don't care about my living arrangements, that all I ever wanted was a crappy little bachelor pad with bachelor-grade (free hand-me-down) mis-matched furniture, etc., . . . sitting upstairs on top of a gigantic FULLY-equipped shop!!
    Amen to that! And if anyone knows a sure fire way to get rid of those rust stains on concrete, I'd love to know what it is.

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  • old jupiter
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    Originally posted by rocksolid View Post
    Your driveway is rusty.
    Haw, that's too funny, the first time I've heard anyone point it out.

    For me, it's that no woman has ever understood why I don't care about my living arrangements, that all I ever wanted was a crappy little bachelor pad with bachelor-grade (free hand-me-down) mis-matched furniture, etc., . . . sitting upstairs on top of a gigantic FULLY-equipped shop!!

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  • shootist2
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    If your watch has 21 jewels and holes drilled for 22 more

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  • rocksolid
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    If you have to explain to people that navy
    Jelly is not a bread spread.

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  • rocksolid
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    Your driveway is rusty.

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  • Type
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    YMBAWI: You're planning your next project before your done with your current.

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  • tommy2069
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    Originally posted by Bistineau View Post
    I've had the wife ask me if I know where the broom is, and I'll ask her "Why, where are you going?". Have done this way more than once or twice.

    I made the mistake of using the wifes broom and forgot to rinse it out. man was she ticked off when you went to sweep and it left black dust all over the floor..lmao I now have my ver own broom to use in my shop.

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  • Bistineau
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    Originally posted by Bistineau View Post
    I've had the wife ask me if I know where the broom is, and I'll ask her "Why, where are you going?". Have done this way more than once or twice.
    I think a mop is supposed to be used during rainy weather, not quite sure though. Seems she prefers the broom. I would think the mop would corner better on wet surfaces.

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