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    Wife; Have you seen the toaster oven?

    wife; have you seen the toaster oven?
    nephew (10yrs old); uncle has it in the garage
    wife: in the garage?
    nephew; yepp, he's using it to bake John Deere parts?
    wife; whaaaaaaaatttttttttttt?????

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    Thank's again!
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    You may get one of these!
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    I bought a nice big one at Good Will for $9.50! It is currently backing my home made tractor toolbox holder!

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    Great post!!!! I never thought to bake my hooks.
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    Wife disclaimer: KBOGH does not condone or approve of this behavior
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kennyd View Post
    Wife disclaimer: KBOGH does not condone or approve of this behavior
    I also baked the hooks I got from you in the new toaster oven. They turned out great, a little hard to the bite, but good looking!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hudsoner View Post
    I bought a nice big one at Good Will for $9.50! It is currently backing my home made tractor toolbox holder!

    I did the exact same thing! Working used toaster oven came from Good Will for less than $10.00.

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    I have my Mom's old toaster oven in the shop for similar reasons.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kennyd View Post
    Wife disclaimer: KBOGH does not condone or approve of this behavior
    Kenny...its all your fault !! its all good....yes heat is the trick for nice paint flow.....150 for 30 minutes.....nicer than factory!....they came out beautiful!
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    Quote Originally Posted by lindenj View Post
    Kenny...its all your fault !! its all good....yes heat is the trick for nice paint flow.....150 for 30 minutes.....nicer than factory!....they came out beautiful!
    I do it different, I leave them in for 60 minutes at 300º. That results into a nice pain flow and a subsequent very solid cross linking of the paint. It is almost as good as powder coating!
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