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  1. you could also try a vacuum tank
  2. oldest one I have used and yet to be beat was built 1939
  3. as x minit says just put a few stitchs on the top medial side
  4. you should have known about the thinners mat ,its old hat ,I mentioned it on the site about 5 years ago if not more
  5. wash with cleaner stirpper rub with coarse emery use multicolle no need for primer then for over kill use serated heel nails around it ,job done
  6. just did it and low and behold its the first up on the page
  7. even misspelt ,will bet yo a fiver it can be found with google search without much of a problem
  8. sevella componats are your best bet ,they have a wider range of colours 3 shades of grey ,taupe,mushroom,blue,burgandy ,in 6 ,8 12mm
  9. I aint that far behind you gray the only time I get bored is with the flaming handbag repairs ,oh and cleaning the no nails off diy jobs that they try themselves ,as for timpsons level one exam ,if we are all honest about it how many of us would accept it as a benchmark for hiring them ,would not mind betting most of us would use it as a starting point and then change what he has been tought
  10. am fine gray ,have used them welters ,an older model big effer it was ,bit like the beast fs built in 1939 not used a better stitcher yet
  11. standard lynx all the way for me ,only god or keith would know how old the one I have is .model 902 s/n 85022
  12. do you mean the fs or the welt stitcher gray ,them welt stitchers can be a real scare to a novice lol
  13. caswells still in existence just owned by someone else ,its a subsidiary of ai systems
  14. 396 is not something I would use after trying it ,as for a contact adhesive that sticks plastic to plastic with no problem it has been invented and used fo a number of years before being discontinued as far as I know but do not know why as it was a very good one and would only ever use it for plastic if I could still get it
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