| Florida Tory ||14 Jun 2012 4:12 a.m. PST|
The other end of a paint brush
| etotheipi ||14 Jun 2012 4:41 a.m. PST|
It varies from job to job
index finger, middle finger, pinky, thumb
|SECURITY MINISTER CRITTER ||14 Jun 2012 5:11 a.m. PST|
If I built (folded?) them, a paint brush.
|corporalpat||14 Jun 2012 5:26 a.m. PST|
Whatever is laying around, or in my hand, or my finger.
|ochoin deach ||14 Jun 2012 5:45 a.m. PST|
Dog's tooth: can't beat it.
|Derek H ||14 Jun 2012 6:08 a.m. PST|
What's a burnishing tool?
|Bashytubits||14 Jun 2012 6:50 a.m. PST|
| Jakar Nilson ||14 Jun 2012 7:41 a.m. PST|
| R Mark Davies ||14 Jun 2012 9:21 a.m. PST|
This must be some meaning of the verb 'to burnish' that I was previously unaware of. Why do paper models need burnishing?
|Ron W DuBray||14 Jun 2012 12:27 p.m. PST|
BURNISH: to make shiny or lustrous especially by rubbing or hammering.
you need to do this to build a paper model???
|Karpathian ||14 Jun 2012 4:17 p.m. PST|
Here's one I've recently burnished:
|optional field||15 Jun 2012 7:15 a.m. PST|
"Martha Stewart Bone Folder" is the most macabre name for a tool I have ever heard. I won't even tell you what that thing was used for
| flooglestreet ||15 Jun 2012 10:01 a.m. PST|
But you must admit, optional field, that Martha is a tidy stack of bones.
| Grand Duke Natokina ||15 Jun 2012 11:20 a.m. PST|
Nice aluminum siding!
| R Mark Davies ||18 Jun 2012 6:24 a.m. PST|
Could someone please explain why paper needs burnishing?
|Ram Kangaroo||18 Jun 2012 10:05 p.m. PST|
| R Mark Davies ||20 Jun 2012 2:45 a.m. PST|
What Ram Kangaroo asked that I asked
Can no-one give us an answer?!