CMSheats wrote:That sounds great. I didn't think about the wash swelling the wood. This is why I am getting info from you guys before I try anything stupid.
CMSheats wrote:Wow that's a great idea! I live a mile down a dirt road so that should work great. Thanks Oaf.
MagickalMemories wrote:I think it was best said by Oaflord, with his 14 rating. Smart fella, there.
MagickalMemories wrote:Oaflord... You're a Dork! (Put THAT in your sig line!)
MagickalMemories wrote:Oaf... Yer still a flippin' idiot. Some things just don't change.
Magickalmemories wrote:That oaflord! He's one heck of a great guy!
MagickalMemories wrote:Oh, God, oAF! You did it. You drank it. Now, you're dooooooomed.
MagickalMemories wrote:No... it makes you a HERO! (in reference to me)
oaflord wrote:CMSheats wrote:Wow that's a great idea! I live a mile down a dirt road so that should work great. Thanks Oaf.
Here is an example (just did it today for a painting bet... stay tuned) of how my driveway looks on models before priming (and gap filling, but I digress).
Hope that gives you an idea... Admittedly, I do have to double dip as the first dip in the sand/gravel turns to mud, then while still wet I dip again...
kturock wrote:kitty litter is poor to use on bases..It's absorbs loads of paint.
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