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Old 01-17-2007, 11:10 PM   #1 (permalink)
 
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I have just recently started trying to turn stoppers. I thought I would play around with the silicone first before delving into a more expensive kit. These are 2 of the most recent ones. I am unsure what the wood is on the first. The second is homebrew PR. It would probably win an ugly stopper contest if we had one, lol. It was one of those that just wouldn't take the shape that I wanted and kept getting smaller and smaller. So, it ended up as it is. Guess that is my inexperience showing.


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Very good Jeremy! nice style too them.[:)]
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Actually, I like the Homebrew better than the wood... nicely done.
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Silicone?.... like.... silicone?
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not bad, im liking the home brew better as well....
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Skye,
Silicone like silicon [:D]
PSI BS5 Silicon Bottle Stopper Kit. Pg 41 new catalog..

I sell more of this style than the nice chrome ones... they aren't quite so massive and top heavy on the bottles.
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Well done, I also like the resin.
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