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Old 04-23-2013, 02:56 AM   #11
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Used 3-in-one oil, 0000 steel wool and elbow grease and they cleaned up pretty good. Better that I thought they would.

Thanks guys for the info and Humor! I enjoyed both!
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sorry to hear about poor old Rusty. R.I.P.
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How much time can you afford to spend on a set of dies that sell new for $19 bucks??
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