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For the past couple of days, my mock salon smelled of vinegar.  Today, my kitchen smells of WD-40.  When restoring old salon equipment and tools, I recommend a can of WD-40.  My preference is the smaller, "travel-sized" can as it fits nicer in my hand.  Nearly half of my spacers needed oil so they can move freely; the stylist who will be working with the spacers will appreciate my efforts.  :D

The other two things I recommend is gloves and rags.  The joints of the spacers can pinch and rags are good to keep the rust and excess oil from staining your work area.  Luckily, only a couple of people will see me in my red-sploshed pajamas, and no one will notice an extra spot or two on my leopard-print bath towel.  lol

Cutting your fingernails before beginning such a task will also save on the damage to your own skin as you force joints open and close to lube them.  

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(Anonymous)
Nov. 13th, 2007 08:55 pm (UTC)
Ms. Fix It
As usual, you're able to get EVERYTHING worked out, Kat!!! Too bad we didn't get the pleasure of seeing you trim your nails again like the other wonderful video.
It doesn't get mentioned enough here by everyone, but THANK YOU so much for all of your wonderful efforts.

Clark
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