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    Aye Dave, Ye 'as done Ye'self proud Lad! Well Done Matey!!
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    Beautiful pipe Dave and a great piece of work.

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    Lovely looking pipe, you’ve done a great job.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dmcmtk View Post
    The QC Supervisor wanted the bowl rings cleaner, "Now, go floss those bowl rings!" . I don't have the flossing jig, so I brushed them with a toothbrush...hopefully that will pass any further inspection. But right now, I'm going to give it another smoke!
    Very nice Dave! If you want to clean out the crud from the rings, use some light gauge fishing line, wrapped into the bead line. That does a nice job and doesn't damage the bead line itself (like a blade edge, etc. might).

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