sap removal

bruce56bb Posted By bruce56bb, Jul 8, 2006 at 8:34 PM

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  1. bruce56bb

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    i know it was discussed recently bit i cannot find the thread that mentioned it. does anyone remember the tip for sap removal?
    thanks in advance
    bruce
     
  2. MountainStoveGuy

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    sorry for the stupid question, but what are you trying to remove sap from?
     
  3. wg_bent

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    I'll second MSG's question. I have found that if I'm spliting pine I do get a lot of sap on my hands, and mineral spirits takes it right off.
     
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    Butter or margarine....It was a week or two ago...i am not sure who recommended it but it works....tried it today...helped move a scotch pine that brother in laws neighbor cut down towards the chipper...they also took down a sugar maple about little more than half a cord that he got.
     
  5. bruce56bb

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    removing it from myself..........butter!!!! i knew it was something simple, but i couldn't pull it up. thanks
     
  6. ourhouse

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    I use a little rubbing alcohol it works great.
     
  7. the_guad

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    Anyone see the Seinfeld episode where Kramer butters himself to get a better tan. Careful buttering yourselves up. ;-)
     
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    Go to the video store and ask for an old copy of "Last Tango In Paris".
     
  9. bruce56bb

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    i wonder how she got tree sap there?
     
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