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Old 10-07-2011, 11:20 AM   #11
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Hello! This is my mash paddle.
I have made it from oak, aged for 9 years.

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Old 10-07-2011, 11:22 AM   #12
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Dude... Homebrewer from Russia that's bada$$.
Nice paddle

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Dude... Homebrewer from Russia that's bada$$.
Nice paddle
Thank you

Sorry, I don't understand the word "bada$$"
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Nice paddle. Did you use any wood glue? I see screws so I'm not sure. I know most wood glued state "not intended for continued submersion." It looks kind of old school though. I like it.

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Nice paddle. Did you use any wood glue? I see screws so I'm not sure. I know most wood glued state "not intended for continued submersion." It looks kind of old school though. I like it.
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No, I'm not use any glue or oil. Only wood and screws.
"I don't use glue or oil" - thats right?
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bada$$ = very cool... the $$ is replacing the letters ss. Doing that so I am not spelling out any bad words.

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Ass is a bad word?

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walnut oil works very well for this sort of thing and if you let it dry well it is flavorless.

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walnut oil works very well for this sort of thing and if you let it dry well it is flavorless.
Yes, I know that. But I think oil (can I write "oiling"?) do not really need for well dried oak. And wulnut oil is hard to find in Russia.

Please, tell me, if I do many mistakes
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