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    You may want to hang this toxic wood list up in your shop.
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  • #2
    repeated message...


    • #3
      I took care of it!



      • #4
        That's a good idea Mac...where did you get that list that we can download a full size image? Your blow-up pic is too small to read.
        Jeff Powell


        • #5
          I found this Toxic Wood List. Same list just a little easier for us that are visually challenged.
          Makita MSJ-401
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