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Re: aluminum shavings


I've been using chore boys, but they get spendy, steel wood is cheaper. I've been hunting for metal shavings but no luck yet, I even yakked at the owner of my garbage company, (they also recycle) but no luck. Hubbie thinks copper might work better because it conducts electricty really well. Dunno.

I'm going to make another batch monday or tues, I'll post photos also, just been running to hard to take the photos.

It absolutely changes the energy around my house, very much for the better, I will be very glad when I've made a lot more of it.

My first set of towerbusters is still sticky in spots, but I'll be able to buff off the edges, the resin set very well, but it's so humid here I don't think it's completely dry. They are going to stay right out on my porch in a group, they seem to be doing a lot of good right where they are.

How long does it typically take for the resin to completely dry?

Julie
 

 
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