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Old 05-15-2010, 10:13 PM   #21
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Old 05-15-2010, 11:16 PM   #22
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I cant use the Dremmel. It makes the same sound as going to the dentist and causes me to have axniety attacks. Good idea though.
This is very common.We have found that listening to Bach on your ipod greatly reduces the anxiety.
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Old 05-16-2010, 12:04 AM   #23
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Ok that explains it. I was wondering why the guys at ici gave me a copper rod. I'm such a dingaling I used it to stir the two parts before I mixed and paddled them. Ok so I wont make that mistake again. Do we need to be licensed electricians to set up a ground as you speak of or should I build that into my pricing on 2 part work to call in an electrician to make it safe?

I ask because as I was paddling the other day, I was puffing on a cigar (pro tip, a cheap cigar takes about 15 to puff, so when your helper screws up and gives you a electric drill or driver, use the cigar as a timer) well anyway, my lips started tingling every time the paddle spun on the bottom of the pail. I now know that it was a ground problem. It was very odd because I was prepping to apply on galvanized steel which I had wiped down with white vinegar (another pro tip) so I had this really odd combination of funk between the change in footwear, the vinegar, the cigar, and 2 part mixing. I love my job.

Oh, and I got a steel sliver in my hand that is like a inch long. I used a magnet to pull it. (another pro tip)

Well, I'm pretty much telling everthing I know here, so sorry about the ramble.
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