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Re: Wood Workers/Cabinet Makers advice OT

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12-10-2012 16:52:59

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Thank you all for your advice and knowledge. Thanks Jim for the phone number of an expert. I will call them if I have any questions. They are drying much better than I ever hoped for, and as of now I really believe they are going to be 100% fine. I'm thinking a small amount of sanding in a few days when they are totally dry and all will be well. I was sternly informed that I will be moving every one of them, piece by piece, down into our basement where melting snow won't get at them. (I just have to be darn sure they are installed in the house by the time spring thaw comes!)

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12-11-2012 00:20:45

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 Re: Wood Workers/Cabinet Makers advice OT in reply to M Nut, 12-10-2012 16:52:59  
Hope it all works out for you......wouldn't want your daughters to have to go visiting you in that cold dog house, especially with a foot of snow and low temps that just moved in!

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12-11-2012 05:43:17

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 Re: Wood Workers/Cabinet Makers advice OT in reply to JMS/.MN, 12-11-2012 00:20:45  
LOL, I'd rather avoid that situation too!

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