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04-27-2012, 06:49 AM #1
Basic seth thomas adamantine clean and polish
Hey all, no I havent died and no i didnt lose interest, just been adjusting to a new job for several months and had some hold back from a car accident a year and a half ago but anyway here is a clock i done a little work on, as you can see on the one side about how the clock looked, then after some cleaning and polishing as well as some antique gold rub n buff to the hardware on what it looks like, ill post some pictures as the gold color mellows down a little, those that have used it knows after a while it does dull after a while to a very nice look.
04-27-2012, 10:04 AM #2
Re: Basic seth thomas adamantine clean and polish (RE: itbme1987)
Good to see you back posting, Ryan. Nice job on the adamantine.harold bain, Member ch 33
"If it won't "tick",
let me "tock" to it"
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