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#326385 - 06/05/20 04:21 PM Re: RoundTable - SPRING 2020 [Re: Hamish Howl]
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Bet Tuk-Sun was a hot one today!

It was 111 where I am.

Not too bad.

That may have something to do with all the AZ license plates I see around here this time of year.
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#326387 - 06/05/20 11:20 PM Re: RoundTable - SPRING 2020 [Re: Jeffery J. Haas]
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#326388 - 06/06/20 02:17 AM Re: RoundTable - SPRING 2020 [Re: logtroll]
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That may have something to do with all the AZ license plates I see around here this time of year.


Or here. Lots of zonies practically have dual residency.

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#326400 - 06/07/20 04:58 AM Re: RoundTable - SPRING 2020 [Re: Jeffery J. Haas]
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#326401 - 06/07/20 06:48 AM Re: RoundTable - SPRING 2020 [Re: Jeffery J. Haas]
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I wonder if that's one of those AntiChrist thingies: If he holds it right side up, he bursts into flames. Notice he never entered the church...
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#326402 - 06/07/20 02:45 PM Re: RoundTable - SPRING 2020 [Re: Jeffery J. Haas]
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This might be his best ever...

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#326419 - 06/08/20 01:42 AM Re: RoundTable - SPRING 2020 [Re: logtroll]
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Went to work on the log cabin again today, which is northeast of the forest fire that started a couple of nights ago (lightning). Kinda windy and the fire grew from 50 to 450 acres and they closed the road while we were working, so had to take the long way home. We're chinking the wall logs and putting linseed oil on the trusses - looking good!
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#326423 - 06/08/20 04:30 AM Re: RoundTable - SPRING 2020 [Re: Jeffery J. Haas]
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Gotta be careful with linseed oil. Spooky how it can just spontaneously combust and start fires long after you leave and go home. But I'm sure you know not to leave rags soaked in it in the trash.
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#326424 - 06/08/20 11:53 AM Re: RoundTable - SPRING 2020 [Re: pondering_it_all]
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Gotta be careful with linseed oil. Spooky how it can just spontaneously combust and start fires long after you leave and go home. But I'm sure you know not to leave rags soaked in it in the trash.

True, dat. I’ve never seen it happen but heard lots of stories. It’s possible with almost any oil but I think linseed tended to be one that people would use in a way that resulted in heavily soaked rags. It also takes a very long time to cure unless dosed with Japan drier. We’re not using rags and we are using Japan drier. The natural polymerization process, a form of oxidation, is pretty exothermic and when it occurs in a pile of rags the heat can build up to the combustion temperature. If the rags aren’t piled it won’t spontaneously combust.

Linseed comes from the flax plant. It’s not as good as tung oil, which we used on the floor, but it’s cheaper (especially since I already had ten gallons from 15 years ago forgotten in the crawl space - I was surprised it was still good). I hear good things about hemp oil but haven’t used any yet.
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#326431 - 06/08/20 05:18 PM Re: RoundTable - SPRING 2020 [Re: logtroll]
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I use hemp oil all the time...

Some places have special trash cans for that, usually painted red.
I think they're sealed so there's not enough oxygen to support combustion if it occurs.

A lit cigarette once got sucked into my shop's dust collection system.

Same sort of thing. A sawblade hitting a nail can do it too. Tiny red hot pieces of steel in sawdust. It builds and builds and then...POOF.

And theeeere's a fan blowing on it.
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