Discussion in 'Frags' started by inwall75, Apr 23, 2012.
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That looks very proffesional Inwall75
are you able to mention the brand?
It is hard to tell from images, but what thickness of branch would those bone cutters be able to handle?
Well, not really. This is a well-used and abused fragging kit. Even though I rinse them in fresh water and dry them well after each use, "Rust Happens".
There's actually more rust in all sorts of places that is more difficult to photograph so I didn't bother.
Those bone cutters will go through a 1 inch colony. They won't even fit in the carrying case. LOL
My next post will show how rusted tools were made darn-near brand new with several VERY INEXPENSIVE things one can find in their local hardware store, grocery store, etc.
If I had seen anybody but Curtis whip out a set of rusty surgical tools, I would be nervous as hell.
Here are the tools. I think I have $5 invested and these things will last for YEARS.
1) Room-mates toothbrush
2) Normal White Vinegar
3) Baking Soda
4) Mineral Oil
5) Microfiber rag (It doesn't have to be microfiber....it's just my preference)
6) Puppy pee-training pad or bed protection pads for ederly/incontinent people. (Same thing....plastic covered with cotton absorbent sheeting, with the same absorbent powder in between that is used in diapers).
7) Mystery bag sitting on top of the baking soda and mineral oil. The first person who can ID what that is and why it's needed is getting Karma.
is it pet sawdust, wood shavings
and it is used to soak up the mineral oil?
Good answer Steve, good answer (obligatory clapping a-la Family Feud).
Is it demorara sugar and its needed for the coffee afterwards?
I will get my coat
I like Steve's answer, seems perfect.
The line I like best though is Roommate's toothbrush.
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