1. You have never shown your PAINTING PROCESS. Good video footage for us WS
    fans and friends. WE WILL WATCH !!!

  2. +wranglerstar I would deffinately be interested in your painting process.

  3. +pr4runner – I totally disagree – I hate the videos that have music – if
    I wanted to listen to music I would turn on the radio. 99% of the time I
    mute the videos with music

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  6. +pr4runner v

  7. i have one of those its in very good condition it cost me about $2 i was
    dumbfounded when i picked it up and saw the price

  8. Cody I love watching your videos. I have learned so much from you, but now
    I need to give you a lesson. You are using your adjustable wrench
    backwards…thanks for all your sharing.

  9. hey Cody. I am a new subscriber but have watched all of your videos and
    would just like to express my complete admiration for your lifestyle and
    the homesteader mentality you carry with yourself and your family.. I am
    from the UK and don’t enjoy the urban lifestyle as I’m a country boy at
    heart.. I would love to someday meet you and get some tips and tricks for
    the rural living you enjoy.. your an inspiration to all your subscribers
    and I will continue to watch and enjoy your video posts.. keep up the good
    work and hope you have many more years of this great channel.

  10. +Charlie Bowen Thank you

  11. the fact you even answered proves my point.. you have made my day.. thanks
    so much… I’d love to see a wranglerstar utility knife.. make a
    prototype.!! would be awesome. xx

  12. +Charlie Bowen Wow. an answer is all it took. Have a great day.

  13. I’ve found the wire wheel on my bench grinder to be the most useful and
    fastest way to restore the 3 old vintage sewing machines I’ve brought back
    to life. Taking everything apart piece by piece, screw by screw, labeling
    things like crazy, taking lots of photos along the way so I could figure
    out how it all goes back together again. It’s very satisfying to see a
    rusty seized up neglected old tool become super smooth running and useful
    again. Did I ruin some of the vintage value? Probably. But I don’t care. I
    didn’t buy those old machines for resale value. I bought them to use them,
    and to enjoy the satisfaction simply doing the restoration itself, and the
    satisfaction of using old things.

  14. Tobias Wikman (Tobiasw23)

    +Wranglerstar do black ore yellow paint

  15. Did you ever finish it?

  16. Thanx

  17. hello my friend..one cuestión? how you remove the old paint??

  18. Amazing, the before and after. I thought you were nuts until I saw the
    resulting tool… :-P

  19. orange

  20. do you use a sand blaster for paint and grime removal?

  21. soak everything in sugar water or orn syrup to remove rust completely
    without hurting the paint or metal

  22. Man, I love that ‘Media-Blaster’! Really makes things look like brand new!!
    It’s a gold mine!

  23. He has a ‘Media-Blaster cabinet’, that shoots glass
    beads or some other medium, at high speed through a machine
    across the surface of a hard material until it is sanded smooth.
    Sandblasting is often done to remove a previous finish on an item, to
    remove rust, or to prepare a surface to receive a new coat of paint. The
    kind of medium used to blast the surface depends on how difficult the
    removal is and how much impact the material can withstand.

  24. No leather pad

  25. Wonderful video! Just one thing…. kill the fly!! Ha! Anyone hear it
    flying around? 😃
    Anyways, in all seriousness, thank you for all the hard work you put into
    your videos. They are always so interesting to watch!

  26. I think it would look very nice if you didnt paint paint it all but im only
    14 so i dont know if you have to coat it with something or what. But in my
    opinion it looks cool the way it is

  27. It Is from Stanley and Stanley Colors are black ang yellow … Why Not
    yellow … or the Original … red

  28. Cody, I recently bought a breast drill it is made by the chapman tool
    company which Stanley owned it was in its original box and perfect
    condition would you happen to know what year it would have been built in ?

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