2020 stove restorations.

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  1. Robert Radcliffe

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    2020 has been my busiest year for stove restoring - I wonder why?

    Here's some of them.

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    Looks like a Zoom screen...8]
     
  3. Robert Radcliffe

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    Yes with my best mates! :lol: :lol:
     
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    You've got a beautiful collection and all look like they just came out of the box. Great work. jrs08
     
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    Great work, a beautiful lot.
    Cheers
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    Beautiful work well done
     
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    Nice work. I only repainted one stove I think and a couple lanterns. Made a grate for one of my Campus stoves.
    Duane
     
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    Very nice, well done!!!
     
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    Thanks gents, getting a sandblasting cabinet was a game changer for the really rough stoves. Back to metal in minutes, no more sanding or electrolysis baths (although I still use both if appropriate).
     
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    Hi Robert, you say some, then you have
    been busy & all to the good. Your new equipment will have been a great help.
    Enjoy all you have revived. Best regards,
    Optimust. :thumbup:O:)
     
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    @Optimust - yes the collage maker I used had a maximum of 18 photos it would incorporate, I've restored about thirty or more this year though.
    Still time for a couple more perhaps.