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Subject: Re: [TowerTalk] Never before asked question
From: "Wes Attaway \(N5WA\)" <>
Date: Tue, 7 Dec 2010 20:47:13 -0600
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Unless there is some unusual circumstance, I have never used anything, nor
have I seen any construction crew (home construction) use anything.  You
usually just need a hammer and a few whacks at the finish.

Maybe that is why no one has ever discussed it.

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Subject: [TowerTalk] Never before asked question

Howdy, TowerTalkians --
    I can't ever remember seeing this topic before -  which is pretty rare 
after the last 15+ years of TT. 
    I'm pouring a large tower base. What is  an easy and cheap way to keep 
the wooden forms (2x12's) from sticking to  the concrete? I've used motor 
oil a couple of times and couldn't tell if it did  any good. I've used
and the forms just peeled off so I'm not sure what  to do. Any plausible 
info appreciated. 
Steve    K7LXC

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