I need to find a good home for my modded Tera and with drilled out WPA. <snippage>
Sell it on here or entexchange on Reddit
Or if you can afford it, DONATE to Vitolo
Thanks! I'll go ahead and place my order today! Should I locate some beeswax or does the underbutter accomplish the same thing?
My underdog is starting to feel like it needs refreshing plus it rolled under my bed while warm and has a few crumbs stuck to the finish that id like to get off but don't want to go picking at the wood and damaging it.
My dad and grandpa are carpenters but I figured I should ask you first before letting one of them do something to it
Take a plain cloth - a terry wash cloth is fine, but something like floursack cloth as is used for making cheese (NOT SO-CALLED CHEESECLOTH) is also fine, just something plain white or undyed and more or less lint free - and just buff the body. That'll take the crumbs off. And it just generally is good for the finish. If I apply the underbutter in the morning on a warmed UD, I'll buff it in the evening. I've also taken to spending extra time rubbing it on the lower portion where the body doesn't warm to help melt it via friction. Plus its good for my hands because I am allergic to all forms of lotion - so coating my palms with beeswax is as close as I can get to moisturizing, LOL! You could also hit it with a hair dryer but I am an Unnatural Woman and do not own such a device. I also have no idea where my sole pair of shoes (for mowing the lawn) are hiding. Just so you know. Not a Natural Woman.
When I can manage it I will do as Underdog has suggested and melt one of my containers of Underbutter down and add some mineral oil. I like mineral oil as a finish for all my wooden implements, from wooden flutes to my wooden tofu press and everything in between. I soak my wooden things in the stuff, literally. But you can't soak a UD with the electrical stuff in it.
That batch of underbutter is a bit heavy on the beeswax so it's on the firm side but you can warm it up for a minute with a hairdryer or something similar if needed to soften it if needed. I like to apply it with the vape on so the wood is warm but it doesn't really matter.
AHA! I THOUGHT the last batch had been different! LOL! I'll warm it and cut it with some mineral oil when I can get to it.
Thanks both of you, I was just going to come here to ask something about that because I tried lowering it by only .1-2v and managed to get the cooler vapor I wanted for the ss direct draw stem but the rotary knob on mine likes to jump around quite a bit so it took some fiddling.
I'll go ahead and grab one, any particular brands stand out? Any variable wattage supplies or vv/vws i could use for even more precise control?
I have the Tekpower, which is the one they used to recommend on here. I've had it for 6 years and it has been rock solid and reliable. The banana clips that came with the cord for it kept coming out of the posts so I ended up stripping the red end off and wiring it in under the nut, that secured it sufficiently that the black end stayed put thereafter or I'd have stripped that one down too. You will need an adapter cord for that, or you did when I bought mine.