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RE:Tips and Tricks 05 Jun 2011 21:01 #106

hi i must change that, wes im in sunny qld
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RE:Tips and Tricks 17 Jun 2011 23:49 #107

I have a NC Tool folding anvil stand.Under the metal tray to the right of the anvil,I put a three inch magnet to deaden the sound.I quickly learned that the top of my tray was now magnetized in that spot.It is the perfect welding magnet, just lay your shoe and insert on that spot and it holds it all together, perfect for tacking up.
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RE:Tips and Tricks 13 Jul 2011 01:27 #108

I've used the "Johnsons Paste Wax" for years for polishing feet and it gives them a nice shine.

A few other uses for the paste wax;
I wipe down all the rubber gasket seals on my truck topper in the fall. The melting snow...then refreezing wont stick to the wax, so you wont have a frozen door or worse, tear the gaskets opening the door.

Years ago I had a lot of nails get wet and rust. It was just light rust, but enough to make them tough to drive. I had a old rock tumbler and tumbled them with some medium grit for a day. After I rinsed them off and dried them, I warmed them in the oven inside a large coffee can. When they were warmed to about 150* , I dropped in teaspoon of the paste wax and shook them. Laid them out on an old towel and shook them around to remove the excess wax.Surprisingly they drove like going into butter. Now I keep some nails coated with the wax just for those tough feet.

I used it for lubing my pritchells, but bowl wax seems to be even better for that, so I went back to the bowl wax.

Gary
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RE:Tips and Tricks 13 Jul 2011 02:15 #109

I forgot to mention that I wipe the "Johnsons paste wax" on all the door seals of our vehicles in the fall. Just in case we get ice storms.

I ran into something a couple of weeks ago too.
I had two horses to do with the "Equithane pour in pad."
I didn't notice until the night before that I had not even enough of the fabric for one foot let alone 4 feet.

I drove myself nuts all night and the next morning trying to figure what I could use instead. I had tried the "gutter guard webbing" that someone suggested once, but it didn't hold up very long, and I was back each week replacing one pad at a time after 10 days.

I happened to go to a clients place that next morning, still worried about what I could use. That client suggested the material that crafters use for "rug looping"....I think thats the term!!!! The client gave me a piece big enough for the four feet, and it worked great. It did leave the end fibers sticking out like a days growth of beard, but a little flame from a lighter burnt that little bit back even with the shoe.

The material has 1/4 inch holes and the equithane flowed nicely thru it.

With Equithane pad; maybe someone has even a better way to use it.

I went thru some frustration, getting the stuff into the foot and keeping the foot level as it dries.
I finally rested on this method.

After the shoe is on and clinched, I press a foam paper plate onto the bottom of the shoe to get an impression. I cut the pad out of the plate, put one piece of duct tape across the bottom and over the sides of the foot to position it. Then one piece of tape to seal from heel to heel. Now the foot is sealed. Then I can pump in the Equithane until it is up to the heels. Let it dry for one 3 minutes and you can remove the tape and as much of the foam as you can. But, I watched a horse once that I left the foam intact and it was rubbed off before I got the next horse finished. So I guess it wouldn't hurt to leave it on.

Note to all of you;

As of January 1st 2012 all heating pads must have the "Auto Shut off " feature.
I use one in the winter to keep products like equithane easier to get out of the tubes. The new ones will shut off automaticly unless you put pressure on the sensors, or it senses movement. So plugging it in, and walking away, won't work anymore.
I just ordered two without the auto shut off. They are still out there but will be gone soon. I ordered mine from DRUGSTORE.COM
conair heating pad, moist dry, standard size, $14.39

Also try the Curad Extreem Length" bandages and you'll never buy another. We wash our hands, or get them wet so often, ragged edges of a foot tears them off, or just the hard use of our hands, and they are off within the hour.
NOT these, they are about an inch and a half longer, so they wrap over themselves another layer.
These are the bandage that WILL last the day, not an hour or two.
And no....I don't own stock. I just think you'll love them too.

Gary
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RE:Tips and Tricks 15 Jul 2011 09:49 #110

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Dogwood Forge wrote:
I've been using Johnsons Paste wax to finish feet with for the last 4 or 5 months. I was looking for something that I could use that would make them look nice, not cost a fortune and not leave the foot all slimmy, and gooped up. I can get a can of paste wax at the local hardware store for nine bucks and the first can lasted me about 3 months. I just put it on with a bit of an old sponge after I get done sanding the feet.


Really? That is so Old School it ain't funny. Probally got a few cans left over that I can sell ya.:rolleyes:

What is old is new again and what is new has been there and done that 25 years or more ago.....

Some people love manual labor!:eek:
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RE:Tips and Tricks 15 Jul 2011 10:38 #111

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Really? That is so Old School it ain't funny. Probally got a few cans left over that I can sell ya.:rolleyes:

What is old is new again and what is new has been there and done that 25 years or more ago.....

Some people love manual labor!:eek:

What do you use Jaye?
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RE:Tips and Tricks 15 Jul 2011 12:24 #112

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What do you use Jaye?


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Re: RE:Tips and Tricks 11 May 2012 21:50 #113

Does anyone have any really cool way to get the horse hair out of the velcro straps on shoeing aprons? Thanks.

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Rick Shepherd

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Re: RE:Tips and Tricks 11 May 2012 23:13 #114

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So my hips get to hurting right where my belt from the chaps cross. I have tried a few things. Played with the fit, let the belt out, tightened it up, didn't help. Suspenders were awkward. Wider back support belt helped, but not totally.

I talked to one of my clients who has an embroidery business and I had her sew leather patches onto a pair of Filson Double Tin pants. These are very sturdy pants made of oil finished tin cloth that are water repellent and very durable. I pull the pants on right over my jeans, hook up the suspenders, and I am in business. My back feels great, the pants are very comfortable, and I am dry. The only thing is that they are too warm for spring/summer so I go back to my regular chaps.

A friend of mine had the local saddle maker sew leather patches on his insulated overalls for shoeing in winter. I finally figured out that I have less back strain when I wear relaxed fit jeans instead of cowboy cut wranglers. Makes a huge difference.

I put a magnet on the side of my forge so I'd quit losing track of my tongs, too. I also put an additional magnet on the box to hold my Copenhagen.
Copenhagen. You can see it in my smile!
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Re: RE:Tips and Tricks 12 May 2012 00:01 #115

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Western Hill Forge wrote:
Does anyone have any really cool way to get the horse hair out of the velcro straps on shoeing aprons? Thanks.

Regards

Pet shops have small brushes with very fine steel tines,it should clean the velcro easily.
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Re: RE:Tips and Tricks 12 May 2012 00:49 #116

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Dave Whitaker wrote:
Eric Russell wrote:
I put spicy mustard on sore feet. The spices desensitize the foot and keeps the horse going.

Just don't get anywhere near a TWH show where there is a DQP present with that little trick.......... :eek:

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Re: RE:Tips and Tricks 12 May 2012 00:51 #117

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Yesterday I had some nails that were going rusty, so I sprayed them with wd40. Today they drove so beautifully I was glad I did. I'm thinking this stuff is' the goods' and might start spraying it on hooves for a nice finish. Has anyone done that before? I'm thinking customers might find it odd but it's only fish oil with a perfume added, isn't it?

I have also had issues finding places to hang stuff in the back of the truck. Hooks don't work well. I had some large magnets hanging around and screwed them into the metal frames around the openable windows and now my tongs, pritchels and odd bits to have happy new homes.

Get the "tool holder" magnets. I got a coupla three foot long ones the other day to keep hammers and tongs organized.
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Re: RE:Tips and Tricks 12 May 2012 12:00 #118

Christos Axis wrote:
Western Hill Forge wrote:
Does anyone have any really cool way to get the horse hair out of the velcro straps on shoeing aprons? Thanks.

Regards

Pet shops have small brushes with very fine steel tines,it should clean the velcro easily.

Thanks Christos.

I actually have a bunch of those, I'll give it a try. I'm thinking of one we use on the cats might just do the trick. I don't know why I didn't think of it.

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Rick Shepherd

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