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Sad day in Williams Folks #6815559
03/24/20 01:14 PM
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It got so slow up here, I started cleaning my stove, but...I'm not going to complete it in one day, nope, I'm gonna savor it, lol


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Re: Sad day in Williams Folks [Re: trapper les] #6815587
03/24/20 01:34 PM
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It may be a shock to your system to eat off such a sanitary cooking top. Use caution lol


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Re: Sad day in Williams Folks [Re: trapper les] #6815590
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make "scrapins stew"


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Re: Sad day in Williams Folks [Re: pcr2] #6815595
03/24/20 01:41 PM
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Please post a photo of the finished project Les.
I'm gonna go fetch my sunglasses.

Zim

Re: Sad day in Williams Folks [Re: trapper les] #6815597
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WHEW I was worried you got married and broke the hearts of gals all over


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Re: Sad day in Williams Folks [Re: jeff karsten] #6815625
03/24/20 02:12 PM
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Originally Posted by jeff karsten
WHEW I was worried you got married and broke the hearts of gals all over


grin grin grin


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Re: Sad day in Williams Folks [Re: trapper les] #6815642
03/24/20 02:42 PM
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The last time I saw a picture of your stove, I don't think you have the option of cleaning it in one day.lol


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Re: Sad day in Williams Folks [Re: trapper les] #6815652
03/24/20 02:48 PM
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did you get extra diesel fuel for the pressure washer?? laugh


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Re: Sad day in Williams Folks [Re: trapper les] #6815662
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It is true that I've marveled at the state of your stove over the years but I've seen worse and I have faith in you. Good luck tomorrow.

Pete

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Re: Sad day in Williams Folks [Re: trapper les] #6815670
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Are you starting with a 6" side grinder or a small chain saw to rough it out?


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Re: Sad day in Williams Folks [Re: trapper les] #6815678
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It might be quicker if you just hook up a rosebud and burn it off!


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Re: Sad day in Williams Folks [Re: trapper les] #6815682
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Back in the day, my Gram had those old cast iron skillets, and when they got all that debris on them, the old women used to throw them into the trash barrel and burn it off. Wouldn't it be easier to haul the stove outside and pile debris around it, and burn it all off?
I would think the smoke from that might convert the heathens to thinking the gates of h*ll had opened or you might have just found the cure for Coronavirus in that toxic smoke.

Re: Sad day in Williams Folks [Re: trapper les] #6815688
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Hard times I tell ya, hard times.

Re: Sad day in Williams Folks [Re: Lufkin Trapper] #6815707
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Originally Posted by Lufkin Trapper
The last time I saw a picture of your stove, I don't think you have the option of cleaning it in one day.lol

This

Re: Sad day in Williams Folks [Re: trapper les] #6815711
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Hate to say but I wouldn't clean it. Run the risk to your immune system eating near something that clean. Just saying. wink

Re: Sad day in Williams Folks [Re: trapper les] #6815713
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Just to be clear, REPLACING the stove does NOT constitute cleaning it!


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Re: Sad day in Williams Folks [Re: trapper les] #6815729
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Les, oh les don't you know that seasoned stove's make better food. Now you gotta start all over


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Re: Sad day in Williams Folks [Re: trapper les] #6815743
03/24/20 04:24 PM
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Will you give us weekly updates on how that project is coming along?

Osky


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Re: Sad day in Williams Folks [Re: trapper les] #6815746
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Les, I donít want to sound like OSHA here, but with the shortage on PPEís during this epidemic; do you really think itís fair to take on a task like that, when the necessary protective gear required for such a task, might be better used elsewhere to treat infected persons?


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Re: Sad day in Williams Folks [Re: trapper les] #6815829
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Trapper Les,

If your stove is not an antique, you should be able to remove the door. This makes cleaning the stove much easier. To remove my stove door I have to open it part way, to the mid point, and on each hinge is a lever you pry up. You then just grasp the door on each side and pull straight up the door angle.

If you check on YouTube there may be a video on it.

Just make sure that the hinges don't snap back to the closed position. The spring is extremely strong, but can be pried back out with a long screwdriver.

Good luck!


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