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Classic French anvil as pig
Français célèbre fer truffe de porc.

"Famous French iron bloom truffle pig."


French enclume

French "Pig" Anvil (enclume)
A traditional style French anvil in the anvilfire anvil gallery.

Two anvils relaxing in an oak barrel slack-tub hot tub
The Hot-Tub Party. Anvils relaxing after hours.

Why your anvils are wet and rusting in the morning.



Many of us like to relax in the hot-tub after a long day.

The fact is rust is driven largely by condensation. Metal items, especially heavy ones remain cool as the air around them warms and picks up more moisture. When that warm moist air finds your tools water collects on them and rust is the end result. Kepping tools and machinery stored where the temperature is constant will reduce condensation and rust.
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