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It had a good life, but time to replace it.


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There comes a time when tools you have had for years need to be replaced. It served me well over the years, but the lid has fused itself to the jar. And no amount of pressure, cleaning, or heat would make it budge. Here's to another ten years, hopefully!

 

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Buying new equipment for our hobby is part of the fun! I got my first one for christmas, and love it

Ten years is a sound investment for such a valuable little tool

Andy 

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28 minutes ago, dmthamade said:

What is that? For those of us that don't know....


Yes please explain, I have no idea what I’m looking at. 

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I have an old Aztek airbrush cleaner which I bought back in 1998. I only have a few of the filters left and try to find replacements whenever I can.  Like you, I appreciate the value of a well made tool. 

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