34 Comments

  1. Sam McCloud
    March 24, 2020 @ 5:18 pm

    I like my old pliers rusty looking…

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  2. Даня С.
    March 24, 2020 @ 5:18 pm

    У меня такие же есть)

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  3. KENT SHRADER
    March 24, 2020 @ 5:18 pm

    Great job! Looking forward to another vid.

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  4. O. M
    March 24, 2020 @ 5:18 pm

    How did you figure out how to put it all back together without having extra parts laying around?

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  5. Guy Walter
    March 24, 2020 @ 5:18 pm

    I have a pair that say ford on them. Part of an original tool kit from a model T or A. Don’t really know my grand dad drove both. His first car was a model T, actually his fathers. But his dad refused to drive that cantankerous contraption. Since grand dad always hitched the horses now he had to bring the carriage around. He drove the family T around at the ripe old age of 8. His last Ford was a 1970 Ford falcon, a combination of Torino,Fairlane and Falcon, a four door with a automatic and an in-line 6 cyl. He was a rare breed.

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  6. Frank Tiffney
    March 24, 2020 @ 5:18 pm

    That was fun.

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  7. Ios 6
    March 24, 2020 @ 5:18 pm

    Hey man can you try to make a video of restoring a old slot mag wheel, or even just reply with the steps to make it shine would be grateful !! Great videos and good work but I need some talking during the videos it would really help, Thanks keep up the good work

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  8. Anthony F
    March 24, 2020 @ 5:18 pm

    Nice job!

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  9. wayne ploof
    March 24, 2020 @ 5:18 pm

    it come out nice but for 20 bucks you could have a nice new set

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  10. MichiganWildcat
    March 24, 2020 @ 5:18 pm

    Did anyone else see the size of that mosquito?

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  11. Trehan Creek Outdoors
    March 24, 2020 @ 5:18 pm

    The darkening agent he used is standard gun blue liquid. Great restoration! I enjoyed the video.

    That said, this video clearly demonstrates what you get if you devote a half day's worth of your time, use up $15 worth of supplies, and expend a lot of elbow grease on a cheap $2 pair of pliers. What do you get? A nice shiny pair of pliers, that after restoration is worth about…I hate to say it….maybe $2.

    It's sort of like whittling a log to make a box of toothpicks. You might be able to do it….but why?

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  12. APHRODITEEEEEE
    March 24, 2020 @ 5:18 pm

    The last part where everything is organized is so awesome!!

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  13. Brian Marshall
    March 24, 2020 @ 5:18 pm

    Great job!!

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  14. Al Catraz
    March 24, 2020 @ 5:18 pm

    The mark on the pliers indicates one can only use them for installing CEILING FANS…

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  15. cb4canes
    March 24, 2020 @ 5:18 pm

    Why on earth didn’t you blue it? People try to get a coating of rust like that to covert from FeO2 to FeO3

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  16. Steven Trosiek
    March 24, 2020 @ 5:18 pm

    Unbelievable job of restoration and retooling.

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  17. S Christy
    March 24, 2020 @ 5:18 pm

    You know almost ever house has a pair of pliers. Like a hammer, Phillips head or flat head screwdriver. Just the basic tools. But they are the Go To Tools for a lot of people. GREAT JOB DUDE!! GREAT CHANNEL !!!!

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  18. Crystal Davis
    March 24, 2020 @ 5:18 pm

    Treasure??? Having to use those pliers on a job? I wouldn’t wish that on my worst enemy. Buy some Klein’s and you’ll throw that relic in the scrap metal bend.

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  19. Tool In Hand
    March 24, 2020 @ 5:18 pm

    Wow

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  20. Damon1864
    March 24, 2020 @ 5:18 pm

    How do you remember how it all goes back together? Lol

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  21. Andi Ferdhian
    March 24, 2020 @ 5:18 pm

    My advice is.. Please don't use that photo zoom in your video, just cut the middle part of that too long video take, do not fast forward it and use then first person perspective and give us a closer look..

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  22. 351L
    March 24, 2020 @ 5:18 pm

    Wow that came out amazing.

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  23. Ar h
    March 24, 2020 @ 5:18 pm

    Nice job men

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  24. James K
    March 24, 2020 @ 5:18 pm

    Well done!

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  25. David Duff
    March 24, 2020 @ 5:18 pm

    What was the darkening agent you used? Thanks for the demo.

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  26. Dan Van Hoose
    March 24, 2020 @ 5:18 pm

    One shot WD40,done.heck of a lot of wasted effort.

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  27. Jim Ronchetto
    March 24, 2020 @ 5:18 pm

    That was a nice simple restoration!

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  28. Alan R
    March 24, 2020 @ 5:18 pm

    Nice man.Brand new again

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  29. dalesworld
    March 24, 2020 @ 5:18 pm

    Two minutes on a brass wheel on a grinder and it would have been done.

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  30. John
    March 24, 2020 @ 5:18 pm

    Really? I guess my life is better than I had thought.

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  31. AFTERBURNER
    March 24, 2020 @ 5:18 pm

    Dude must be in witness protection . We don’t see his face, doesn’t say a word, wears gloves. Kind of a strange video.

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  32. AFTERBURNER
    March 24, 2020 @ 5:18 pm

    Next step, put pliers in a partial accelerator and smash atoms into it. Then place in an atomic reactor and bombard with ions at a rate of 7% every cycle. Pat dry. Put on your hazmat suit and …………

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  33. Joe Schmoe
    March 24, 2020 @ 5:18 pm

    Source for your wheel buffer and rpm speed for the motor thanks

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  34. Scrapman50
    March 24, 2020 @ 5:18 pm

    I've got and old rusty crescent wrench that could use some love. It would make a great video. I've had it for over 40 years. Interested?

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