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  1. No timbers all appear sound and dry, just the wood munchers little holes. Bring back DDT!!!!!
  2. Just moved into our new place and I cleaned out the single garage that the old boy before us had used as a small workshop. I noticed some active woodworn in the rafters (flat pent roof) so I gave it a good dose of Cuprinol wood worm killer 5 days ago. I noticed today there is still some active critters in the wood. Do I need to reapply or will the original spray act on and kill those still munching?
  3. No idea tried every card I have all are declined never had a problem before so now at a loss ?
  4. No good can’t open an account!!!!!!
  5. But they have such an uncomfortable driving position with the window so close to the steering wheel, when I drove the works defender I had to have the window down all the time
  6. Many thanks will have a look when i get home
  7. I have just purchased a new to me Kity 1629 - however I am unable to locate a manual on the interweb. Can anyone assist with a scanned copy please?
  8. We need to get a price for one of these, could be a good take up @Johnsond
  9. I lost my ol Pops back in 2005 to cancer, he was my friend and Father things get easier over time but I still go to phone him now and again when I have something I would have shared with him. Then lost my Step Father at the end of last year, he was in a home for a few months, very sad after his long and eventful life. We are all terminal, its just a case of when! Tributes to Second World War hero Peter who has died aged 94 WWW.GAZETTE-NEWS.CO.UK PETER Potter made it one of his life’s missions to keep the memory of the Second World War alive.
  10. Holly is very difficult to dry without splitting or turning grey for woodturning blanks, I ususally get less than 40% useable.
  11. £55 for 47kg around here
  12. That sound expensive you must live in a psoh post code!!!!!!
  13. I used the standard bar (Oregon) and a milling chain from chainsawbars - both chinese saws going fine the 62cc Timberpro has paid for itself many times over and is still going strong. I couldnt justify a milling bar which costs more than the original saw. The mill is fine no issues at all. Have fun.
  14. Thanks all more food for thought, I like the idea of under floor heating but not sure I could put up with the disruption involved will have to ponder some more and have a good look at the type of flooring when we get the keys.


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