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Thread: Flame Antiquing
08-12-2005, 05:25 PM #1
It takes a steady hand and an artistic eye to create masterpieces as fine as these.
08-12-2005, 06:17 PM #2
I bet when they were done they were so proud there weren't any leaks...with only a few marks on the walls!
Get back to work.™
08-12-2005, 06:21 PM #3
Toooo Funny. Oxy-cetylene??? Flame Shied??? Never heard of it. Soldering 101?? Oh I cut that class.If you really know how it works, you have an execellent chance of fixin' er up!
Tomorrow is promised to no one...
08-13-2005, 12:12 AM #4Regular Guest
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- Tampa, Florida
Ugh...where do people still use that nasty wood panelling? I think the hacks were trying to do the homeowner a favor.
08-13-2005, 03:04 AM #5Waiting Email Confirmation
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In school i was always taught to use a shield and in our field when in a home, when using oxy acetylene you dont want to have spiders going onto a white curtain.
08-13-2005, 10:29 AM #6
Are you sure that's not an outdoor monument? Looks more like a rogue flock of pigeons.Leadership...the ability to move forward even when you've burned your foot.
08-13-2005, 02:12 PM #7
gee i guess that installer never heard of electic soldering tongs or even a piece of sheet metal!
i didn't know i took 4 inches of solder per joint on 1/2 inch type M hahaha!Here's your sign...
08-15-2005, 07:53 PM #8
now that i look at the pic again that tee looks like a wrought fitting....wonder if they used a propane tourch and overheated the fitting.
why wont the solder pull in bubba? hahaha!Here's your sign...
08-16-2005, 03:21 PM #9
I get a kick out of the chrome plate. Even thought it is the wrong size at least they tried to make the job look good.ESSAYONS