My acrilyc splitter & planer / beveler came in today

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niclycha

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So I decided to try it with my lard soap and piped soap and everything else I have on the rack. Makes a huge difference, I planed the soda ash right off and also the side of my hand lol. I got a little too comfortable

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Ouch! That musta hurt like h-e-double-hockey-sticks!! I hope you washed it really well with soap and water.

Bahahahahahahaha!!! :lol:
 

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Ouch! At least you've gotten your Rambo moment out of the way. And your soaps are totally worth it. :D

I always seem to injure myself whenever I get a new toy. It helps to shout...

 

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Oh yeah, thanks yall. I know good thing it's soap in cutting, washed it out very well. Lol.
 

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Yikes!

I bought a planer - one that has a sliding bar to keep your hand from getting boo-boos like yours and the thing still scares the tar out of me! All it takes is a half second of inattention and wham - you're missing some skin!

Mine's sitting in the garage on a tall shelf gathering dust. For the most part, I'll live with the ash.
 

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