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How to Electrically Insulate Tools.?

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1. Clean any oil, grease, dirt, wax or loose rust from the handle of the tool. 2. Open the can of liquid vinyl and stir it gently, being careful not to work any air bubbles into it. 3. Dip the handle into the liquid vinyl. Work slowly, submerging the
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