Αφαίρεση της σκουριάς από τα παλιά εργαλεία του παππού!



Μαθαίνοντας πώς να αφαιρείτε τη σκουριά από παλιά εργαλεία είναι κάτι που πραγματικά θα ήθελα να είχα μάθει πριν από χρόνια. Είναι απλά μια εξαιρετική ικανότητα να έχετε αν θέλετε να καθαρίσετε ή να επαναφέρετε κάποια παλιά vintage εργαλεία χειρός. Στην ξυλουργική, αυτός είναι συνήθως ο ευκολότερος και φθηνότερος τρόπος για να μπείτε στην αληθινή τέχνη της ξυλουργικής με εργαλεία χειρός. Σας δείχνω ένα απλό σύστημα που χρησιμοποιεί ένα βασικό εργαλείο αφαίρεσης σκουριάς για τον καθαρισμό των εξαρτημάτων και στη συνέχεια μερικά βασικά εργαλεία για να αφαιρέσετε όλα τα κολλημένα βρωμιά και τη σκουριά.  Φινίρισα επίσης ένα παλιό τρυπάνι στήθους που μου έδωσε ο παππούς μου πριν από μερικά χρόνια. Καθαρίζω τα γρανάζια και του δίνω μια ωραία νέα λάμψη για να επανέλθει σε κατάσταση λειτουργίας. Καθαρίζω επίσης όλα τα ξύλινα μέρη και μετά βάζω τον παππού μου να κατέβει από το κατάστημα και να το ελέγξει. #HowToRemoveRust #RustRemoval #RemovingRustFromTools #HandToolRestoration How To Restore A Stanley Block Plane – 5 Minute Plane Sharpening
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  1. Brother John- my dad's 85 years old. Duder had a Hell of a time off the boat from Portugal but he did his thing for ages. Some day I'd be stoked to chat it up about that. God knows their's some stores to tell.
    Thank you for doing this for your gramps. I bet that mans' stoked to have you be his offspring.
    Thanks man. I've been re-doing a lot of older tools to use them and give them to my offspring some day. I appreciate the vids you and your guys do. I just wanted to say that I hope more folks take this stuff to heart before they can't do what we're doing and it's nice to see another person doing something good in this world. 👍🏾🤙🏾🤙🏾🤙🏾🔥🦆

  2. John; I have been working on getting my dad's adjustable wrenches cleaned up and lubed up so I can use them again. One I am having a "P.I.T.A." with the screw for the thumb wheel will not come out; It turns freely. Not enough space to get even the smallest screwdriver between the thumbwheel and the main part of the wrench

  3. When my grandpa died my aunt and her boyfriend came and took everything out of the shed and sold it all for drugs. When my grandma died my 2 aunts and my mom swooped in laid clame to the house tore it up and let it go into foreclosure and split the money 3 ways. For 10 years it was me, my grandma and my grandpa, my mom lived in another state and did drugs till I was 15 same with my aunts. So I basically had my entire life stolen by dope fiends calling themselves family. So I unfortunately can't restore any of my grandfathers tools 😕 I'm hella jealous..

  4. I'm amazed that Evapo rust was able to remove so much without scrubing. I think I'll grab some for some old english wheel anvils i need to clean up before I can use.

  5. Maybe……. just maybe, consider the kind of handgrip found on older wooden bows (as in bow and arrow), so it is totally personal to your own hand grip?

  6. You said dad to ur grandpop and then you said daddy. That’s funny cause that’s what I say when talking to family and I don’t quite know why it just feels like that’s how it should be said I guess it’s because I lost him at a young age. I just thought that was interesting the other grown men still say daddy. Awesome restorations though 👍

  7. Thanks not sure how I missed this when it first was released. I just took over all of my brothers tools that sat in his Florida garage for years and are rusted to hell. Go treat yourself to a Primanti's sandwich. From a Fellow Pittsburgher soon to be a Floridian

  8. restoring old tools is really satisfying and they are better built than a lot of modern tools (unless you are spending a real fortune on the highest quality) and you are totally right, the way metal moving parts go together on these machines is beautiful and soooo satisfying. Oil em up and enjoy them

  9. Both my grandmother's died last year but my grandfather's were basically not in the picture but my step grandfather got me into what I do now he's 78 and just had a blood infection couple months after my grandmother died and now he's getting up there and they have to move out of her house and I just got a bunch of his old tools but in January I was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes and they said I had it roughly 3 months but my grand mother died roughly 3 months before that so life has been weird with out her but now corona is here

  10. Watching this video and thinking wow that’s pretty cool to be able to have those old tools and restore them back to working order and get more use out of them; it’s an awesome experience. My grandfather passed away a year ago and he was a retired tool and die maker (Delco, Pratt and Whitney) he also was an accomplished woodworker and had a garage shop that has just a wealth of tools in it, from tools he hand made himself, to the cabinets they went in, to the cabinets and furniture in his house all made by him. I was fortunate enough to be willed that shop, I’m starting the process of going through everything in there, cleaning it up and it just blows my mind the kind of things that I’m finding and the shape that they are in. Mint!!! I can’t wait to start to use those tools again and start making the things that he made, and you yourself make, Ive started watching your videos and have been getting the inspiration to start doing these things, thank you so much for the videos you make and the things you do! It’s awesome!

  11. Love this one. My grandfather died when I was around 2 years old, needless to say I only have a couple of memories of him. My grandpa was an excellent craftsman who could pretty much make/build anything. He had a Midas touch to say the least. He was a pilot, farmer, rancher, miner, etc. Everything he did he made money doing. I wound up with a box of his hand tools, my prized possessions. Count your blessings you still have your grandfather, he seems amazing! Learn all you can time is fleeting. Thanks for sharing your grandpa with us.