It’s getting mouldy in my woodshop

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These will all get spruced up and used. I think there will be few mouldings I won’t be able to copy
 

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One by one, they get scrubbed clean with Simple green. Original alignment marks from previous owners will be saved.

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After they fully dry, they get a good soaking of linseed oil.
After the oil cures, they get a coat of Alfie Shine resin wax and a sharpening

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Wow, what a score! Very cool my friend:cool: great job on the restoration process too.:good2:
 

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Very cool! Looking forward to seeing what primitive man can do with primitive tools.
 
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