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burleyboy

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Hi Mike,
that idea with the pin sounds great. I‘m for sure going to try this out!

 

mikethompson

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Hi Mike,
that idea with the pin sounds great. I‘m for sure going to try this out!
I can't take credit for that one. I read about either on here from Al (ssjones) or Don (donjgiles), or maybe even the reborn pipes blog. Either way it works to repair minor tooth denting.

 

seanv

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Do you follow the dad's pipes blog? I think he is related to the reborn pipes guy. Dad's pipes is in southern Ontario somewhere

 

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donjgiles

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I had a bad thing happen once...

I was heating up a stem by the button because of a bite mark, the vulcanite was thin and I poked a hole straight through the stem with a sharp pointy thing! Don't do that.

Since that moment, when I want to remove bites, dents, or reshape a stem I ALWAYS slide a pipe cleaner completely through the stem and leave it there before I take the flame to the stem.
2 cents...
Don

 

mikethompson

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Not bad for a first try I think. Maybe another little sanding before I get the oxidation off.

 

mikethompson

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Do you follow the dad's pipes blog? I think he is related to the reborn pipes guy. Dad's pipes is in southern Ontario somewhere
No, but I looked at his blog now. Very nice work in there, thanks for the additional resource!

 

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