killkenny

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  1. Okay, that appears to be the way to go then. Thanks again says the "grasshopper".
  2. What i have isn't that far gone. . . .i think. Some of the muntions(?) are rather soft. But i think i can use your info where a couple of the joints are. I will get pics posted for you this week. If it all goez well i will post the finished product later. Thanks for your help.
  3. What i have isn't that far gone. . . .i think. Some of the muntions(?) are rather soft. But i think i can use your info where a couple of the joints are. I will get pics posted for you this week. If it all goez well i will post the finished product later. Thanks for your help.
  4. I'm not too techie, so I will see what I can do. I do have a so so pic but will try to get some better ones. This may take a day or so. Just sayin.
  5. I have an olde stained glass window frame I want to refurbish. It is weathered to the extreme. circa 1900 to 1920ish. I was wanting to know if it was possible to mix a water (or oil) base paint with similar base urethane finish, thin it down and paint on the frame to strengthen it as well as finish it, letting it soak down deep into the wood. As i am stripping it I am finding I have to use a plastic paint knife because a metal one is cutting into the wood.