Before and After - Sign for Salvation Army

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Before and After - Sign for Salvation Army

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Love getting before and after shots of projects.

The sign and posts with inlay for the locking cabinet where all done in Aspire.
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Gigantic improvement. Nice work.

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That IS a nice improvement. Ya need to sneak back over there and paint that rusty pipe rail gloss black when they aren't looking and your work will shine even better. ;)

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CarveOne wrote:That IS a nice improvement. Ya need to sneak back over there and paint that rusty pipe rail gloss black when they aren't looking and your work will shine even better. ;)

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My client told me that they where planning on removing the old pipe railing.

If I would have had a torch with me I'd cut her off just below ground level for them.

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That railing no doubt was a solution to people "crossing" over the grass when turning the corner in front of the sign. Folks probably used to touch it or mess with the sign message when they did as well. You may re-introduce all sorts of unacceptable human behavior if you (they) remove the railing! :oops:

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Could you use a metal cutting blade on a sawzall?
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