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#1 posted 08-05-2017 02:34 PM

Again Thanks

You turned me on to dyes a long time ago, If I may add, don’t go so heavy that you get drips on the underside of what your dying that makes for extra work when you’re ready to dye the other side, I learned from personal experience when I first started using dyes.

Charles, Just wondering what those wedges were on all of the corners of the table were for in the video?

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