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Dave, Thanks for the video. What is your source for the cans that you use for your screw lube mixture?Thanks, Jay
Jay - Check out "Survival Resources" in a Google search. They have a number of different tin cans. That is where I got mine.
Dave, as usual a great video. Glad to see you back again.
Hi brother David!As another denizen of the 207 forum and another beneficiary of brother Woodrat's generosity of a shipment of Florida real estate in a bag, cudos for gifting him with a can of your excellent screw lube!Sadly, brother Tommy is now out of stock on the tool case videos apparently. The demand outstripped the supply.I want to thank you for introducing me to Tommy's excellent forum. I've become an active member there and have learned much from both his site and yours.Your "little buddy"Paulthe little guy
Dave,Thanks for the video, although I know you did a segment earlier on this, this is a much better one, and shows the complete process. Thanks, I have been using paste wax for screw lube and although it works, it smells awful. I like your idea for makeing the wax smell better, Thanks.Ray Curtis
Hey David.......my "Dr Pruett Premium Bees Wax Screw Lubricant" has the original logo. I'm running low hint- hint and thought I'd see what kind of collector value my original has on e-bay. :^)Neil
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