Monday, February 25, 2008

Voice mail from Craig



I received this voice mail from Craig today. Thanks Craig I like your idea and plan to work on the video this week.

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Lemon Oil

After every video I make where I talk about how I finish my scroll saw projects I get emails about Lemon oil. I have always used lemon oil to finish my projects. I buy Formby's Lemon Oil Treatment from my local grocery store. It's with the furniture polish and other cleaning products.

I buy enough to half fill a plastic tub then I just dip the project. I then shake and wipe off the extra oil. This really brings out the natural color and grain of the wood.

The lemon oil does not protect the wood so I usually apply a spray lacquer for gloss and protection.

Dipping the project makes getting in all the fretwork easy and quick.

New Feature on my blog

I have installed a new FREE feature on the Scrollsaw Workshop blog. The GrandCentral Call Me button. This is a new FREE Google service that allows you to call my voice mail FREE of charge. Visit my blog and look for the blue Call Me button. Click the button and enter your phone number. (Your number can remain confidential). Google will then call your phone and connect you to my voice mail FREE of charge.

You can leave comments, questions and requests. I can then share your comment and my response on the blog. If you wish your comment to remain private just say so.

I also like jokes. If you know any good PG rated jokes call them in and I'll post them.

I am very excited about this new feature. I think it will add a unique interactive feature to the blog. So click the Call Me button and introduce yourself.



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