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- n. A device used to sandblast.
- n. A person who operates such a device.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a tool that throws out a blast of steam laden with sand; used to clean or grind hard surfaces
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Yes | No | Report from bigjake wrote 21 weeks 16 hours ago know anyone with a compressed air sandblaster?
The sandblaster will make the job easier, but I've reconditioned a cast iron skillet Elmer Fudd's way and that worked fine.
All Answers from bigjake wrote 21 weeks 16 hours ago know anyone with a compressed air sandblaster?
I refuse to have the sandblaster used for cleaning teeth and they just use a pick.
For those of you without access to a sandblaster check the phonebook you can follow his tutorial but instead use glass etching cream from your local arts and crafts store.
Conan's visit to the deadpan TBS censor was the best single comedy bit of the week as well, as he tested goofy sexual euphemisms "taking Grandma to Appleby's," "the old Tokyo sandblaster" and the limits to what he's allowed to wear & mdash; or not wear & mdash; on air.
Number of hilarious video sketches that include the term Tokyo sandblaster: 1, and it's worth watching.
To add fuel to the fire, the sandblaster who spent hundreds of hours etching the stones was constantly distracted by “strange music and disjointed voices.”
After a thorough polishing with what seemed to be a sandblaster the dentist made me wear protective goggles and close my eyes, my teeth have never felt cleaner.
Rufus needs to keep his cool while his visitors take a sandblaster to his low key lifestyle, biding his time until he can send them on their way.
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