Wet molding.

bladegrinder

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In my opinion it's reasonable to some degree being real estate is high everywhere now, even acreage. which is what I bought into almost 20 years ago. I really think my driving force of living in Clearwater for so long was the pay. I worked for a Natural gas utility and retired with a pension.
living in the panhandle the job scene and pay is different, if you live in Tallahassee or Pensacola the jobs and money may be there...I can't say for sure but there's a lot of rural areas around and good paying jobs I believe are scarce. where you are now is absolute boom town, especially Pinellas and Pasco County. I loved my job but when I hit retirement time I did like the Steve Miller band and...Take the money and run!
like I said, I loved my job but after living in that area over 30 years I hated it and couldn't wait to get out. ;)
 

KenH

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Unless you have that stuff laying around you could probably just buy some pro-carv and call it a day.
Amazon has an 8 oz. bottle for $12.00 from Springfield leather, then you know your using some time tested stuff.
I'm kind of leary of using some home brewed concoction on my leatherwork.
Oh, I agree, and since the stuff is mixed 1 part to 10 parts water that 8 oz is going to last a long time
 

jmforge

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Oh, I agree, and since the stuff is mixed 1 part to 10 parts water that 8 oz is going to last a long time
Like bottles of electro etch solution or big cans of West System resin. Not sure if and when they go bad, ;)
 
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