- Feb 2, 2004--- In email@example.com, Ron Charlotte <ronch2@b...>
> This now has me curious enough to try some tinkering. I live in anPlease, I'd be interested to hear about it.
> area that was once a turpentine plantation, so most of the local pines
> are the correct type, there are also enough horse people locally, that
> pine tar and venice turpentine are readily available. I've a major
> metalworking demo coming up (It's where I make most of my year's
> supply of generic findings), but after that I will have time to
Just a not of caution, I found to my irritation that what is sold
around her as "pine tar" has been mixed with something to keep it from
hardening. I need to see if I can boil it out, but am somewhat
cicumscribed by the fact that I live in an apartment and so building a
large enough fire to try separating out this stuff is not feasible.
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