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    Here's what I use, $20 at Canadian Tire, other than a little condensation build up from time to time on the outlet, it's fine. that and you can scare the bejeesus out of the neighbourhood kids when you exhale heavily in the cold weather, and all they see is steam shooting from both sides of your face as you yell "WHAT?!?!"
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    haha awesome. I'll have to pick one of those up...dont know what Canadian Tire is...i take it it's a candian thing :P I'll just run down to Lowe's and see what they've got in store.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AznArkitekt View Post
    haha awesome. I'll have to pick one of those up...dont know what Canadian Tire is...i take it it's a candian thing :P I'll just run down to Lowe's and see what they've got in store.
    Crappy Tire! Soon you'll tell us you don't know what Tim Hortons is either!

    Canadian Tire is like... Home Depot or Lowes.
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    Yea...never heard of Tim Hortons haha

    btw, Toaster...if you haven't looked at my response to your suggestion in my thread about delaying the shutdown sequence, please take a look at it now and tell me what you suggest now i'm adding a link to make it easier for you. go on, click it....i dare you xD Allowing for a delay on carputer shutdown sequence?

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    damn yanks and all their funny stores...

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    I use one of these whenever I work on the artic of the house or with fiberglass/bondo and dusty stuff. 3M N95 Fiberglass Particulate Respirator.


    Most of the time, I have to take a break outside for a fresh air after wearing it like 15-20 min
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    Quote Originally Posted by RedGTiVR6 View Post
    damn yanks and all their funny stores...

    hehehe
    If you had a Timmy's doughnut or soup or anything really, you would be hooked. Pretty much take that chain you guys like... Crispy Creme? We don't have one around here but I hear about them, and multiply it by like 1 million. That is a Tim Hortons!

    You soooo don't know what you are missing! And Aero Bars, and Butter Cups, Cherry Blasters, and Smarties! So good. We ship them down here to us.

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    Read the warning label on your can of bondo, that might motivate you to go buy a respirator.

    I made the same mistake as you did my first time...almost anyway. I had gloves when I applied the bondo and it was only maybe a 10 minute exposure at most to the wet stuff. When I sanded it I didn't have a respirator, but I was at least outside. I felt a little sick for a couple hours afterwards and had a headache, but nothing terrible.

    Then I read the back of the bondo can and was like oh....that can kill me...interesting

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2k1Toaster View Post
    If you had a Timmy's doughnut or soup or anything really, you would be hooked. Pretty much take that chain you guys like... Crispy Creme? We don't have one around here but I hear about them, and multiply it by like 1 million. That is a Tim Hortons!

    You soooo don't know what you are missing! And Aero Bars, and Butter Cups, Cherry Blasters, and Smarties! So good. We ship them down here to us.

    Sorry for the OT!
    I acutally don't really like crispy creme...just doesn't do it for me...I still like Shipleys...

    too bad you don't have Whataburger or Jack In The Box....That right there is why I could never leave Texas...
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    how exactly do you go about applying the bondo? I've been using wooden popsicle sticks and paint brushes for the bondoglass (i bought like 100 cheap walmart brushes as they only work for like 1 application each with the bondoglass) and i've been using the plastic spreaders for the bondo filler and glazing/spot putty.

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