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Old 05-12-2010, 10:03 PM
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Default Best release agent for JB bedding!

To date, it is the best! pure Lanolin that you buy from the Pharmacy, the stinking kind. Smells like the bathroom at granpas house. Slickest stuff around, and waxy, easy to coat a part with. Try this, piece of steel and coat it with a little lanolin and goob on some JB. let dry, and you can pop it off with your fingernails. Yes, I glass with JB weld. I love it, and makes a great durable bedding material. You may want to experiment with pigmentation for colors which I have not done. Rebel background confirms that I already like gray!
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Johnsons paste wax for me.

Devcon putty or accuglass gel. If JB came in larger quantities it would be more economical to use.
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Brownell's Accraglas & paste shoe polish(release) for me.
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Johnsons paste wax for me.

Devcon putty or accuglass gel. If JB came in larger quantities it would be more economical to use.
Hey Jim, I'm buying it in 5 ounce tubes.
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Hey Jim, I'm buying it in 5 ounce tubes.
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5 ounces, that will repair a lot of busted door jambs!

I know a handyman who buys the small tubes to repair door jambs. I'll tell him about the 5 ounce tubes.

He'd spend less replacing one jamb than buying 10 of the small tube kits to repair it.

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Pulled my Mauser out of a Synthetic stock globbed full of JB. No resistance, just pulled out/coated with lanolin.
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