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Scott Adsit
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JJPLJMFoVzo
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John Young
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That, is very cool.  It's also satisfying to see it go from junk to new again.
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Bill Collins
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We have a BBC tv show called The Repair Shop, in each
episode, experts in their field restore three items
brought in by members of the public, it is extremely
interesting to watch. It has gone from a niche afternoon
show, to watched by a few million.
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Stéphane Garrelie
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Impressive. Thanx for posting. (you both)
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Mark McKay
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Love this! I watched 2 others as well.

When I was in high school, my dad owned a propeller repair business. I spent my summers sand blasting, filling, sanding, and painting propellers. This really takes me back to that.


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Gundars Berzins
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Cool stuff!
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Juan Gomez
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That's an amazing restoration work. I admire those who are good at this.


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Scott Adsit
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But, the sandblasting.

Watching the beautiful sandblasting, to me, is a bunch of similes and metaphors.

These similes and metaphors include the words "bath", "foot rub", "chocolate", "slipper", "scratch lotto", "springtime", "phoenix", "striptease", "punch in the face", and "Jesus".

I highly recommend any of Rescue & Restore's sandblasting videos.
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